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Radiologic Sciences: Bridge Non-Clinical Track

Format: Online Program

The Radiologic Sciences Program offers a degree completion program for radiographers, radiation therapists, and nuclear medicine technologists. If you are certified by the ARRT, ARDMS or NMTCB, then you may qualify to complete a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences degree through Armstrong State University. We offer a wide variety of mechanisms for technologists and therapists to advance professionally.

Full- and part-time study is available. Students seeking admittance to the Bridge program must first obtain regular admission to Armstrong State University.

Armstrong Edge

Armstrong’s Bridge program is the only online degree completion program in Georgia for radiologic technologists. The faculty have a national presence in scholarship and in the field. The accredited online degree is affordable and offers a pathway to career advancement.

Alumni

Alumni from the Radiologic Sciences program are currently working or have worked in the following institutions, organizations, and/or agencies.


State Authorization to provide a program related to the preparation of professionals may not indicate eligibility for certification/licensure in your state. Please consult the appropriate certification/licensure office in your state before enrolling in our program to confirm that your completion of this program will meet your state requirements.

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