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Technical Standards

The Bachelor of Science in Health Professions requires students to engage in diverse, complex and specific experiences essential to the function of the health care professional assuring best practices to protect patient safety. Unique combinations of cognitive, affective, psychomotor, physical, and social abilities are required to satisfactorily perform these functions throughout the curriculum including all clinical rotations. 

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In adhering to this policy, the University abides by the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Minnesota Human Rights Act and other applicable statutes and regulations relating to equality of opportunity. The University's mission is to provide optimal educational opportunities for all students, including those with disabilities. Students are responsible for seeking assistance at the University and making their needs known. The Office of Disability Services (DS) is provided by the University of Minnesota to promote access, by ensuring the rights of students with disabilities and assisting the University in meeting its obligations under federal and state statutes. For further information, visit disability resources

Candidates for the BSHP must meet the technical standards necessary to acquire or demonstrate competence in health professions as outlined in the following document with or without reasonable accommodation. 

Technical Standards - Radiography

Technical Standards - Respiratory Care

Technical Standards - Echocardiography and Sonography