The following general course descriptions are to assist applicants in selecting college-level courses that are equivalent to SUI’s prerequisites. Identification of which courses are required for specific programs can be found on the program pages in the SUI (SACRAMENTO ULTRASOUND INSTITUTE) Catalog.
To meet this prerequisite requirement, the course must be designed to provide students with knowledge of the human body and cover all major body systems. Anatomy and Physiology may be taken as a combined course or as separate courses. Both courses must be completed to fulfil the requirement. Colleges may also offer A&P as three consecutive courses. In this case, all three courses must be completed to fulfil the requirement.
The course(s) must be a minimum of ten quarter credits or six-semester credits with grade B or better.
To meet this prerequisite requirement, the course must be designed for biological science students. Topics should include kinematics, Newton’s Laws, dynamics of rigid bodies, momentum, and work & energy. Your college may present the curriculum in more than one session. (I.e., two semesters). All sessions of the course must be completed to fulfil the requirement. Lab is not required unless it is part of the course.
The course(s) must be a minimum of five quarter credits or three-semester credits with grade B or better.
To meet this prerequisite requirement, the course must include the following mathematical components: the real numbering system, solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities, polynomials, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations; second-degree equations and inequalities, functions, conic sections, systems of equations, and exponential and logarithmic functions. Examples of courses that fulfill the prerequisite are Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra, Precalculus Mathematics, Statistics, or equivalent.
The course(s) must be a minimum of five quarter credits or three-semester credits with a grade of B or better to meet prerequisite requirements.
To meet this prerequisite requirement, the course must be either written or oral communication. The oral communication course must contain the principles of effective communication, with attention given to research and delivery techniques and critical evaluation of public communication. The written communication course must contain a curriculum that involves intensive training in critical reading, expository and argumentative writing, and library research. Examples of courses that fulfill the prerequisite are Public Speaking, College Composition, English Literature, Analytical and Critical Thinking in Writing, English Second Language (ESL), or equivalent.
The course(s) must be a minimum of five quarter credits or three semester credits with grade B or better to meet prerequisite requirements.
NOTE TO PROSPECTIVE SUI STUDENTS:
Please visit our Transfer Credit Database for prerequisite course self-evaluation.
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“Recency of credit” refers to the requirement that credits earned from courses completed at outside institutions must be recent or within a specified time frame to be eligible to satisfy the prerequisite requirements for these programs. This policy ensures that the knowledge and skills acquired in those courses are still relevant and up-to-date when applied to these degree programs. SUI requires prerequisite courses to have been completed within 5 years of the date that you are applying.
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