Radiologic Sciences

 

General Information


Radiologic Sciences is a comprehensive term that is applied to the science of administering radiation, ultrasound or magnetism to provide information for the diagnosis and treatment of diseases and injuries.

  • For those individuals who are seeking entry into our profession, the Armstrong Department of Radiologic Sciences offers a bachelor of science degree with special emphasis in one of five specific career specialties: Radiation Therapy, Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, and Cardiovascular/Interventional Science. No previous background in the radiologic sciences is required to enter any of these programs.
  • For those persons who are already working in the radiologic sciences, we offer three pathways to advancement.
    • Bridge Program where you can earn a bachelor's degree emphasizing your current discipline
    • Post-baccalaureate certification programs where you can earn a certificate in either radiation therapy or advanced imaging. This is for you if you already have a bachelor's degree and wish to be certified in radiation therapy or advanced imaging modalities in radiography
    • Special options allow the practitioner who does not have a bachelor's degree to become certified in a new area while earning a bachelor's degree

Confused?


If you are unsure of which program you are interested in, you can learn more about the imaging sciences by visiting The American Society of Radiologic Technologists. Once you are at the ASRT site, click on the Educator/Student link then click on Career Videos.