The Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences at Arkansas State University began in 1981 with the radiologic technology program. Since the establishment of the first program, the university has added six major emphases to the baccalaureate of science in radiologic sciences (BSRS) degree. Each program within the department maintains applicable JRCERT or CAAHEP programmatic accreditation and has established a reputation for quality education and clinical experiences in the imaging and radiation sciences.
Career Path Options
We offer 6 specialty tracks in several areas of study, including:
Before choosing one of the 6 career path options below, students must first complete the Radiography component of the degree plan. Radiography comprises the spring semester of the sophomore year and all of the junior year .
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Magnetic Resonance Imaging / Computed Tomography
Mammography / Breast Sonography
Bridge Program- [B.S.R.S. Imaging Specialist Degree] for Radiologic Technologists who currently possess an associate degree from an accredited program