Associate of Science
in Medical Radiography: By successfully completing the associate's
degree preprofessional and professional curriculum the degree
requirements have been met. Upon graduation the Associate of Science
degree in Medical Radiography is awarded.
Bachelor of Science
in Radiologic Imaging Sciences: Students who successfully complete
all 27 SC preprofessional, 60 SC Associate of Science professional, 25
SC Bachelor of Science professional, and 12 SC of additional
preprofessional requirements for a total of 124 SC are eligible upon
graduation to receive the Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic
Students may select one
or two areas of concentration in mammography, computed tomography (CT),
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cardiac studies, or interventional vascular
The Division offers an advanced placement opportunity for certified
radiologic technologists who have earned a Associate of Science degree
who want to pursue the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Imaging
Sciences degree. Contact the department chairman for more information.
Career Ladder and Advanced Placement for Degree Completion:
The Division offers a career ladder opportunity for ARRT-certified
radiologic technologists who have graduated from a hospital-based
radiography program and who want to pursue the Bachelor of Science in
Radiologic Imaging Sciences. The Division also offers an advanced
placement opportunity for ARRT-certified radiologic technologists who
have earned an Associate of Science degree and who want to pursue the
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Imaging Sciences degree. Contact
the division director for more information.
Short Track Examination Preparation (STEP): The Division
offers short tracks in areas such as CT, MRI, Angiography, and
Mammography for ARRT-registered technologists who wish to prepare for a
specialty examination and who do not wish to pursue the Bachelor of
Science degree in Radiologic Imaging Sciences. Contact the
division director for more information.