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Radiologic Sciences

Program applications are available at the Allied Health Centralized Application Service (AHCAS) for admission to the Fall 2018 cohort. There is a $95 fee to apply. The deadline for Fall 2018 in March 1, 2018. YOU MAY ONLY APPLY TO ONE PROGRAM. IF YOU APPLY TO  MORE THAN ONE PROGRAM, THE PROGRAM APPLICATION WITH THE EARLIEST TIME AND DATE WILL BE THE ONE YOU FOR WHICH YOU WILL BE CONSIDERED. YOU WILL ALSO BE CHARGED AN EXTRA $95 FEE THAT IS NON-REFUNDABLE. 

Radiologic Sciences 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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