Graduate Advising

Advising Contact Information

Kathy Moss, PhD, RRT-ACCS, FAARC
Director, MHS CDS Program
605A Lewis Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
MossK@health.missouri.edu
(573) 882-8421

Jeff Galen, MEd, BHS-NM, CNMT
Director, BHS CDS-NM Program
611 Lewis Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
GalenJA@health.missouri.edu
(573) 882-7857

Moses Hdeib, MD, RDMS, RDCS, RVT
Director of Graduate Studies
405 Lewis Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
HdeibM@health.missouri.edu
(573) 884-2994

Adria Koehn
Student Support
605 Lewis Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
KoehnA@health.missouri.edu
(573) 882-8034

Mizzou Graduate School
210 Jesse Hall, Columbia, MO 65211
https://gradschool.missouri.edu/
Local: (573) 882-6311
Toll-Free, long distance: (800) 877-6312

http://catalog.missouri.edu/undergraduategraduate/schoolofhealthprofessions/clinical-diagnostic-sciences/mhs-clinical-diagnostic-sciences/


Curriculum: MHS CDS, emphasis in Imaging (for Nuclear Medicine Technologists)

Interprofessional Core requirements (12 hr)

Course number Course title Credit hour(s) Spring Summer Fall
HTH_PR 7100 Intro to Interprofessional Practice 1 x
CDS 8410 Clinical Analytics 3 Odd years
CDS 8420 Clinical Management 3 Odd years
CDS 8430 Clinical Leadership 2 Even years
CDS 8990 Clinical Capstone 3 x x

*NOTE: Denotes the schedule in which the course is typically offered. This schedule may vary. Check with program personnel to verify your plan every semester.

Leadership electives (minimum 12 hr)

Students should identify leadership elective courses of interest within the first semester of enrollment in the program. Leadership electives plan must be approved by the program director no later than the beginning of the second semester of enrollment in the program. Suggested leadership electives include:

Course number Course title Credit hour(s) Spring Summer Fall
CDS Project Management in Health Care Industry 3 Odd years
CDS Sales & Marketing in Health Care Industry 3 Odd years
CDS Product/Customer Support in Health Care Industry 3 Even years
CDS TBD 3 Even years
P_HLTH 7150* Principles of Public Health 3
P_HLTH 7160* Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Global Health 3
P_HLTH 8150* Human Health and the Environment 3
P_HLTH 8420* Principles of Epidemiology 3
P_HLTH 8920* Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health 3
P_HLTH 8953* Evaluating Global Public Health Programs 3
PUB_AF 8610^ Group Dynamics & Conflict Resolution 3
PUB_AF 8620^ Organizational Analysis & Change 3
PUB_AF 8630^ Organizational Change & Global Context 3
PUB_AF 8160^ Organizational Dynamics and Leadership 3
IS_LT 9484@ Teaching Online Courses 3
IS_LT 9471@ Instructional Systems Design 3
IS_LT 9485@ Designing Online Learning 3

NOTE: CDS courses are currently under development and will not be available during the 2020-2021 academic year.

*Other public health electives may meet qualifications for the MHS CDS degree. A Public Health Graduate Certificate may be obtained with the selection of 12 hr of qualifying courses. See https://online.missouri.edu/degreeprograms/health-professions/public-health/grad-cert/admissions.aspx

*Other global public health electives may meet qualifications for the MHS CDS degree. A Global Public Health Certificate may be obtained with the selection of 15 hr of qualifying courses. See https://online.missouri.edu/degreeprograms/health-professions/global-public-health/grad-cert/

^Other Truman School of Public Affairs electives may meet qualifications for the MHS CDS degree. An Organizational Consulting & Change Graduate certificate may be obtained with the selection of 12 hr of qualifying courses. See https://online.missouri.edu/degreeprograms/public-affairs/organizational-change/grad-cert/

@Other School of Information Science & Learning Technologies electives may meet qualifications for the MHS CDS degree. An Online Educator Graduate Certificate may be obtained with the selection of 12 hr of qualifying courses. See https://online.missouri.edu/degreeprograms/education/online-educator/grad-cert/

Emphasis area electives (minimum 6 hr)

Course number Course title Credit hour(s) Spring Summer Fall
CDS 7460* Cardiovascular & Pulmonary Diagnostic Applications II 3 x
CDS 7480 Clinical Ethics 3 x x x
CDS 7500 Emergency & Disaster Management in Health Care 1-3 x x x
CDS 7930 Current Issues in the Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences 3 x
CHEM 8600 Radiochemistry 3 x
NUCMED 7232* Regulation of Radioisotopes 3 x
NUCMED 7329* Radiopharmaceuticals 3 x
NUCMED 7330* PET in NM 2 x
NUCMED 7841* Microbiological Control & Rad Monitoring 4 Odd years
NUCMED 7842* Statistical Analysis in Radioisotope Mfg 2 Odd years
NUCMED 7946* Advanced Medical Imaging Externship 3 x x
NUCMED 7843 Quality Control of Radiochemicals 3 x
NUC ENG 7328 Introduction to Radiation Biology 3 x
NUC ENG 7330 Science and Technology of Terrorism and Cntr Terrorism 3
NUC ENG 7335 Nuclear Safeguards
RA SCI 7110 Sectional Anatomy 3 x
RA SCI 7140 Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Physics and Procedures 5 x
RA SCI 7150 Computed Tomography: Physics and Procedures 5 x

NOTE: Some courses are currently under development and will not be available during the 2020-2021 academic year. See program staff for additional information.

*Courses are designed to prepare the student to challenge advanced certification. Successful completion of the course does not guarantee a successful outcome on the associated certification examination. Advanced certification examination fee is in addition to the course fee and tuition and is the responsibility of the individual who applies to challenge the examination.