MSU Internet Course Offerings

  • A complete list of online core and radiology courses can be found on the Registrar's Class Schedule page.

  • Core courses are offered by various Colleges within the University and courses with designations other than "RADS" are not taught nor managed by the Radiologic Sciences faculty. Contact the specific department for additional information.

  • BSRS students may enroll in RADS 3000 or 4000-level courses only.

  • All BSRS courses are charged in-state tuition. If you are billed for out-of-state tuition, contact the Registrar's office at 940-397-4321 or email


Accessing Course Materials

  • If you have completed the registration process and received verification of registration, you will be able to enter Internet courses. For instructions on technical requirements for online courses, visit the D2L Technical Requirements page

  • Once the semester begins, you will be able to access your Internet courses by logging in to the platform at You will log on by entering the same login information you use to access WebWorld. If you are not able to log in to your course within the first week of class, contact your instructor.

Finding Textbooks

  1. Visit the MSU Bookstore site.
  2. Select the term from the drop down menu.
  3. Select RADS as the department.
  4. Select the course number (Please see Course Descriptions for course number).
  5. Select a section (Note: all sections of a course have the same textbook requirements so it does not matter which section you choose).
  6. Click "Add Course".
  7. Click "View textbook list".

The list will tell you whether a book is Required or Recommended. You must have all REQUIRED textbooks to successfully complete the course.

Course Syllabus

Each course has a syllabus that identifies the course objectives, structure, requirements, textbooks, assignments, due dates, etc. Many courses require students to demonstrate college-level writing skills based on APA formatting. Students must schedule test times with proctor sites that are approved by the course instructor. Proctor guidelines for each course are located in the course syllabi. Syllabi for the current and previous semesters can be viewed on the MSU website.