Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science

The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science program is for the certified clinical radiologic science professional whose goal is to move into a leadership position in the profession. The goal of this program is to nurture and expand the student’s leadership, management, and critical thinking skills for growth in radiologic science professions. The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science degree is a 16-month program designed for the working professional. Educational plans of study can be customized to allow you to earn your Bachelor’s degree in as soon as 12 months to 24 months. Contact us for more information.

The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science degree program is offered online. Courses include lectures that can be viewed through your online student account as many times as you wish, any time of day you wish. Live online meetings are held in the evenings for each of your classes. To inquire about this program, click here to submit an inquiry.

Upon successful completion of the BS in Radiologic Science program:

  • Broad, fundamental technical knowledge
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Professional judgement and capability to think critically
  • Practical experience in solving problems
  • The ability to work independently
  • Professional ethics allowing the student to productively and successfully work in a variety of healthcare settings
  • The ability to conduct research

BS in Radiologic Science Program Objectives:

  • Students will demonstrate clinical management skills
  • Students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Students will display effective communication skills
  • Students will demonstrate understanding of clinical quality improvement
  • The program will meet the needs of its students and the healthcare organizations it serves

Program Application Requirements for the BS in Radiologic Science

  • Letters of reference
  • Official transcripts from all higher education institutions
  • Personal statement letter
  • Copies of TOEFL or IELTS scores, if applicable
  • Online application and $35.00 application fee, click here to apply.

Program Details
Required Credit hours: 60 (120*)
Program Duration: 2 years
Rate per Credit: $533.34
*24 technical/occupational credits will be accepted for transfer and 36 General Education credits will be accepted for transfer. There
must be at least one general education course from each of the four categories: Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, and Mathematics.

Curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science

  • Core Courses (120 credits required)
  • Transfer General Education Credits (36 credits)
  • Transfer Technical/Occupational Credits (24 credits)
  • RS300 Orientation to Advanced Modalities (1 credit)
  • RS306 Patient Care in Advanced Modalities (3 credits)
  • BIOL352 Imaging and Sectional Anatomy (4 credits)
  • MI310 Pathophysiology (3 credits)
  • RS312 Radiation Physics (3 credits)
  • RS390 Ethics and Law for Advanced Modalities (3 credits)
  • RS302 Radiation Biology and Protection (3 credits)
  • MI330 Leadership and Communication (3 credits)
  • RS314 Pharmacology (3 credits)
  • RS316 Professionalism and Workplace Experience (2 credits)
  • RS400 Orientation to Leadership (1 credit)
  • RS402 Human Resource Management (3 credits)
  • RS406 Generational Leadership (2 credits)
  • RS408 Conflict Resolution (2 credits)
  • RS410 Billing, Coding and Accreditation (3 credits)
  • RS412 Virtual Leadership Practicum (3 credits)
  • RS418 Fiscal and Budgetary Management (3 credits)
  • RS420 Professional Leadership Practice (3 credits)
  • RS422 Operational and Organizational Theories (3 credits)
  • RS424 Research Methods and Capstone (3 credits)
  • RS404 Communication and Information Management (3 credits)
  • RS318 Productivity and Assessment in Radiation Sciences (3 credits)