The Radiation and Imaging Sciences (RAIS) Bachelor of Applied Science degree is designed for certified professionals in radiologic technology, diagnostic ultrasound, radiation therapy or nuclear medicine. This degree option offers four degree concentrations, depending on your professional goals and area of focus. 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 further to help you clarify and understand the advantage of each concentration.
Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree
The RAIS Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) concentration in Diagnostic Medical Sonography is designed for individuals who have completed diagnostic medical sonography educational programs and want to advance their knowledge and skills within this specialty. The curriculum is designed to teach students the essentials of leadership, an overview of the business and administrative functions in healthcare, …more about Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Bellevue College (BC) consulted with radiation and imaging professionals and accrediting societies to develop the professionally relevant curriculum for this concentration. The curriculum incorporates discipline-based, general education, and elective courses built on progressive rigor and sophistication. The program receives ongoing review and guidance from its industry advisory committee to maintain currency. The Radiation and Imaging …more about Technology
The Nuclear Medicine concentration is designed to further educate nuclear medicine technologists and raise their educational level to a bachelor’s degree. The degree includes general education; courses in nuclear cardiology and positron emission tomography (PET); courses in computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); and courses in accreditation, information and image management, and leadership. …more about Nuclear Medicine
New students are admitted to the Medical Dosimetry program every other year. The next class will begin in Fall 2018. The Medical Dosimetry Program only accepts Certified Radiation Therapists: R.T.(T) (ARRT). There are no exceptions. Curriculum The medical dosimetrist is a member of the radiation oncology team that plays a role in the management of …more about Medical Dosimetry
The Radiologist Assistant program is currently on hold, pending the outcome of legislation related to the services provided by Radiologists Assistance and Medicare: March 29, 2017 S. 769 and on April 5, 2017 H.R. 1904. These bills will enact a law that amends Medicare reimbursement policy and supervision levels for radiologist assistants to align them …more about Radiologist Assistant