Radiology applications due February 8, 2019
CT, MRI, Sonography applications due March 1, 2019
Setting the standard for medical imaging education.
The Radiologic Sciences Department is dedicated to excellence in medical imaging education, emphasizing professional and technical expertise throughout a variety of health care environments and diverse patient populations. The educational experience promotes health advocacy, interdisciplinary collaboration, life-long learning and the development of individual professional qualities. The community, region, and state benefits from faculty and student service through research and professional expertise.
Diagnostic Radiology BS Program Philosophy
The Diagnostic Radiology Program is dedicated to providing present and future medical imaging technologists an educational experience with a solid professional knowledge base augmented with
- writing skills,
- computer literacy,
- interdisciplinary educational experiences,
- multicultural/multiethnic appreciation,
- professional experiences in a variety of health delivery environments, and
- critical thought.
Graduates will be awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree and qualify to sit for the ARRT credentialing examination.
For more information on the radiologic sciences, please go to the following:
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology