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Radiologic Sciences BS Degree Completion - Online

Complete Your Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences

Format: Online

Earn your bachelor's degree and valuable professional development skills that are sure to enhance your career in the radiologic sciences, without the campus commute. As a working technician or therapist, you already have the training discipline-specific core knowledge. Armstrong's Bridge Program builds on that foundation and offers you the opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree with fully online classwork and clinical experiences you can arrange in your local area.

You can choose between two tracks of study: clinical or non-clinical. The clinical track focuses on educating and equipping you with the clinical hours necessary to obtain certification in magnetic resonance imagery (MRI), computed tomography (CT) or mammography. The non-clinical track is designed to nurture your leadership and management skills of already certified technicians and introduce you to career-advancing communication techniques. 

Industry Highlights

Employment of radiologic and MRI technologists is projected to grow 9% from 2014 to 2024, faster than the average for all occupations.

- Bureau of Labor Statistics

Career Opportunities

  • Clinical Supervisors
  • Educators
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologists
  • Radiation Therapists
  • Radiology Imaging Managers
  • Radiology Products Specialists

Armstrong Edge

Current students enjoy the most affordable course costs of the three B.S. in the Radiologic Sciences programs offered in the state of Georgia.

NEWS:

Read More College of Education Alumni Honored as 2017 Teachers of the Year

(April 4, 2016) – At a special Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools gala, 28 of Armstrong's College of Education alumni were honored as school-level Teachers of the Year. Savannah-Chatham County Board of Education President Jolene Byrne told attendees that this honor is given in recognition and appreciation of the teachers' service to students and families.

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