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Radiologic Sciences

We are now accepting applications for Fall 2016.

Radiologic Sciences Program is a wonderful and diverse profession. All disciplines are patient-focused and use cutting-edge technology. It truly is a high-touch, high-tech profession. The profession offers many rewards including:

The employment outlook for the profession is very good in the long term, as a large number of practicing professionals are nearing retirement, and salaries are expected to rise faster than inflation.

Armstrong State University offers five tracks within the baccalaureate degree leading to certification:

In addition, the Bridge Program  offers non-degreed, practicing technologists, therapists, and sonographers the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s degree. Certification and Special Option Programs  are also available. Contact the Department for more information.


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