Bellevue College is proud to offer the bachelor of applied science (BAS) degree in Radiation and Imaging Sciences.
If you’re a practicing professional in the radiation or imaging sciences, or a graduate of a program in radiologic technology, diagnostic ultrasound, radiation therapy, or nuclear medicine, our BAS degree completion program is for you. Our program is the only one of its kind in Washington State and among only a few in the nation. We offer five degree concentrations, depending on your professional goals.
Bellevue College’s (BC) Radiation and Imaging Sciences program offers you higher education designed to prepare you for jobs requiring advanced certifications or supervisory and management skills.
Our curriculum was developed by professionals in the field of radiation and imaging sciences to ensure courses are relevant and useful. Some great benefits of our program:
- Further your knowledge in your field
- Become certified in a related technology
- Compete for supervisory or management jobs in your field
- Complete an advanced degree (without leaving Washington State)
Which BAS program concentration is for you?
This program flow map can help you identify which of our concentrations are an option for you, based on your background. We will be happy to talk with you further to help you clarify and understand the advantages of each one.
Not yet a radiation or imaging professional?
Our Radiation & Imaging Sciences BAS degree and certificate programs are for people who have already graduated from a regionally-accredited college with an associate’s degree in radiologic technology, diagnostic ultrasound, radiation therapy, or nuclear medicine, and who hold primary certification in one of those fields. If you’re looking for entry-level training in one of those professions, you will need to begin with that associate’s degree program and earn that certification, before you can apply to the RAIS-BAS program. Links to Bellevue College’s associate’s degree programs in these fields are listed on the left side of this page, under “Related Programs.”