The Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Medical Imaging will be awarded to students who successfully complete 120-121 credit hours of general education and major course work. Up to 69 transfer credit hours are awarded for successful completion of an associate degree in any of the following primary imaging categories: Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound, Radiation Therapy or MRI.

We also offer certificate programs in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computed Tomography (CT) for imaging professionals who want to specialize without pursuing the bachelor’s degree. The CT and MRI certificate programs each provide 16-22 credit hours of structured education directly related to the specifications for the ARRT post primary examination. Students who successfully complete the certificate program will receive a certificate of completion and academic credits which may be applied toward the BSMI program in the future.

Students interested in a clinical path should choose either the CT or MRI curriculum track. Students with a strong clinical background seeking to enhance their management skills, pursue advanced modalities, or explore the role of the imaging educator should choose the Bachelor of Science Medical Imaging (BSMI) online track. Students seeking lifetime experience credit should follow the BSMI track.

The Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging (BSMI) offers two tracks: a 100 percent online track and a clinical track (online and on campus) with flexible areas of focus within each. Whatever option you choose, you will graduate fully prepared to advance in medical imaging as a multi-modality technologist, a supervisor or an imaging educator.

There are multiple options for the Medical Imaging Program