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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science (B.S.R.S.)


College: College of Nursing and Health Professions

Department: Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences

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Description

The Radiologic Sciences Programs are administered by the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences in the College of Nursing and Health Professions. The program is designed to produce Radiologic Science professionals who are clinically competent, advanced level radiologic sciences practitioners. The program is a "1 plus 1" model, meaning all students begin their sophomore year in radiography, then choose one of six "tracks" for their senior year.

Radiography Component

It should be noted that before a student enters one of the specialty tracks, they must successfully complete the Radiography curriculum. To apply to the Radiography program please click the following link "Radiography application".

Specialty Tracks

The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences Programs offer the radiologic professional the baccalaureate degree in 6 tracks.

  • Cardiovascular-Interventional Technology (CVI)

    Provides students with the skills necessary to operate specialized CVI imaging equipment. CVI demonstrates primarily vascular anatomy. CVI imaging is performed through invasive procedures. 

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging / Computed Tomography

    Provides students with the skills necessary to operate MRI and CT machines and control sectional images through computer enhancement.

  • Mammography / Computed Tomography

    Provides students with the skills necessary to operate CT and control sectional images through computer enhancement as well as operate specialized mammography machines, as well as perform needle localizations.

  • Medical Imaging Infomatics / Computed Tomography

    Provides students with the skills necessary to operate CT and control sectional images through computer enhancement as well as manipulate patient images and data for use and storage.

  • Radiation Therapy

    Provides students with the skills necessary to operate therapeutic radiation oncology systems and thus become a professional, entry level radiation therapist. 

  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography

    Provides students with the skills necessary to operate sonographic equipment and control images through various enhancements.


Bridge Program

Radiologic Technologists who currently possess an associate degree or certificate from an accepted accredited program at another institution may pursue the BSRS in General Radiography Imaging Specialist track through the Bridge Program.


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Radiography Application

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