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Radiologic Sciences: Application Info

Admission to Armstrong State University does not guarantee admission to the tracks in Radiologic Sciences. The department has a separate formal admissions process in addition to the admission process for the university. Applicants are required to submit a formal application to the program of interest and transcripts of all college and technical school course work.

Applications are now open for all programs in Radiologic Science.  Program applications are available at the Allied Health Centralized Application Service (AHCAS). The application will close on March 1 so be sure all items are submitted by the deadline in order to be considered for Fall 2017 admission. There is a $95 fee to apply.

Admission Deadline

The deadline for submission of the application and items listed below is March 1 of each year. Please note this due date does NOT apply to the Bridge Program. You may apply to the Bridge Program at any time.

Essential Functions Requirement

All potential and enrolled students in any of the tracks in the Radiologic Sciences must meet intellectual, physical, and social competencies required to provide safe client care. We have documented a list of essential skills and minimum physical capacity required to perform the duties of radiation and imaging science practitioners. These functions reflect performance abilities and characteristics that are also necessary to successfully complete the requirements of our programs. Prior to submitting an application, be sure to read the pdf document Essential Skills and Minimum Physical Requirements for success in our programs.

Program Admission Requirements

Regular admission to Armstrong State University (If you are having difficulty with university admissions, contact the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences for assistance).

  1. A GPA of 2.5 or higher for all college work. (Applicants with less than 2.5 may be considered under special circumstances.)
  2. Complete the TEAS-AH exam and submit the results to the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences, Radiologic Sciences, by March 1. Applicants may contact the Armstrong State University Testing Services at 912.344.2582, testing@armstrong.edu, or visit MCC 206 for more information or to schedule the exam. 
  3. Prior to the beginning of the program, the following must be successfully completed:
    • Fifty semester hours of core degree requirements that include two college English Composition courses and College Algebra or higher.
    • Required Lab Sciences (Significant preference for admission will be given to those applicants that have completed all of the five required sciences:
      • Cardiovascular Interventional Science - Must include Human Anatomy and Physiology I with lab and three additional lab sciences in the program of study.
      • Nuclear Medicine - Must include Human Anatomy and Physiology I with lab, Survey of Chemistry with lab or Introduction to Chemistry with lab, Physics with lab or Physical Environment with lab, and one additional lab science in the program of study
      • Radiography - Must include Human Anatomy and Physiology I with lab and three additional lab sciences in the program of study.
      • Radiation Therapy - Must include Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II with labs, Physics with lab or Physical Environment with lab, and one additional lab science in the program of study.
      • Sonography - Must include Human Anatomy and Physiology I and II with labs, Physics with lab or Physical Environment with lab, and one additional lab science in the program of study.
    • Students who are admitted to the program are strongly encouraged to complete remaining CORE during the summer semester prior to the start of the program.  Failure to meet all core requirements prior to beginning the program may delay your graduation.
    • Special Options (second certification) applicants must provide proof of ARDMS, ARRT, or NMTCB certification.

Applicants not meeting the criteria stated above may apply and will be considered under special circumstances at a later date.

How to Apply to the Programs

  1. Apply online to Armstrong
  2. Apply to Radiologic Sciences Programs - BRIDGE students do not need to apply using this link.
  3. Apply online to the BRIDGE Program

Prior to February 1, students must be ACCEPTED to the university and the department must receive the following items:

A new class begins in August (Fall Semester) each year. Applications will be considered on a competitive basis and written notification of acceptance will begin in late March (no one will be notified of acceptance by phone). Applications received after the submission deadline will be considered only if seats are available. The amount of completed course work, the number of science courses completed, TEAS scores, and GPA determine competitiveness. Additional points may be awarded for completion of selected course work in the major. Interviews may be required for qualified candidates. Please see your advisor for details.

Please note that prior conviction of a felony or misdemeanor may prevent you from sitting for the national certification examination. If you have been convicted of either a felony or misdemeanor, you must complete the pre-application review process as prescribed by the certification agency and provide the Department with verification of eligibility for the examination. See Radiologic Sciences Application for more information.

It is the student's responsibility to ensure that a current and correct address is on file with the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences Radiologic Sciences Track. The Department assumes no responsibility for postal items once they leave the  Radiologic Sciences.

Armstrong State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity education institution and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, religion, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin in employment, admissions, or activities.

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