What are the five BAS concentrations? How long will it take me to finish? What courses are offered through the program?
A nonrefundable fee of $125 is required to apply to the program. In addition to processing the application, the fee covers a personal assessment by the program chair…
You must have a national primary certification in the field of radiologic technology, diagnostic ultrasound, radiation therapy or nuclear medicine to be eligible for the bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree.
Students may complete the BAS in Radiation and Imaging Sciences entirely from a distance through a mixture of fully online and synchronous distance-based evening courses.
When you’ve been admitted to the BAS program, you will sit down with the RAIS Program Manager and work out an educational plan for completing your degree requirements. Your plan will be individually tailored to fit your interests, your previous coursework, and your schedule. You can review your educational plan on Degree Audit to make …more about Your Educational Plan
In many cases, as a student admitted to the BAS-RAIS program, you can register for RAIS courses without an entry code. However, there are a few courses that will still require them. If you need an entry code to register for the upcoming quarter, please email the RAIS-BAS Program Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following …more about Requesting Entry Codes