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. In addition, you must complete the following courses with a grade of 2.5 or better from a regionally accredited college.
- At least one course in each:
- English composition
- Intermediate algebra (or assessment into a higher level mathematics course)
- Social Sciences
- Two courses in anatomy and physiology; or demonstration of certification in CT or MRI
Please review additional eligibility requirements required for Medical Dosimetry, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiologist Assistant in the sections on “How to Apply” to those concentrations.
Students who have not been formally admitted to the program may register for certain courses on a space available basis, and may take up to two courses before applying to the BAS or certificate programs.
You can find more information, including specific requirements and the application process, in the “How to Apply” section.