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Radiologic Sciences: Special Options Program

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences - Special Options

The BS in Radiologic Sciences Special Options program is designed for technologists who are registered or registry-eligible in one area (Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, or Radiation Therapy) and complete their degree and become certified in an additional area. This is a competitive program. Upon completion of the Special Options program the student will be awarded a Baccalaureate degree and will be registry-eligible in one of the following additional areas: 

Admission Requirements 

Program of Study

General Requirements (Core Areas A, B, C, D.IIB, and E) .................................. 42 hours

Major Field Courses (choose option a, b, c)................................................... 66 hours

a. Radiation Therapy

b. Nuclear Medicine

c. Sonography

Upon completion of 80 semester hours towards the degree, technologists who are registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certifi cation Board, or the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography will be awarded equivalency credit hours in the major. The amount of credit will be based on the technologist’s academic record and professional portfolio.

Total Semester Hours: 130 hours

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