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Program Description - BS Medical Imaging w/ Concentration in IR
The Regis College Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Imaging, with a concentration in Interventional Radiology (IR) is for registered technologists in Radiography - RT(R) - or registry eligible. The program is full time, which starts each September and can be completed in as little as one year, depending on if all of the general education core requirements are met.
The clinical rotations and many of the IR didactic courses will take place at Massachusetts General Hospital. It is the responsibility of the student to provide their own transportation to and from the hospital as needed.
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Program Description - Bachelor of Science Completion Program
The Regis College Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging degree program is designed for the associate degree or diploma technologist who wishes to continue their education for professional and personal growth. The registered technologist will earn a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Medical Imaging. This curriculum track also provides a foundation for a MS in Health Administration or in Regulatory & Clinical Research Management. The program may be completed on a part-time or full-time basis.
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Welcome to Radiologic Sciences from the MSU Radiologic Sciences Faculty & Staff
Dr. Jeff Killion, Programs Chair
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences Degree
The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science (BSRS) degree is available through distance education delivery methods. This program provides lateral and upward mobility for technologists who are unable to attend college on a full-time basis. Registered technologists may earn up to 46 semester credit hours of advanced standing. The program offers a variety of subject content including courses designed to prepare students for advanced level examinations in specific modalities.
All courses in the BSRS program are offered as Internet courses. Course content is based on standard textbooks and the on-line course instructions guide students through every step of the material. Each course is divided into several individual units with accompanying unit exams that may be submitted to MSU for grading. Graded exams are returned to the student with pertinent comments and recommendations for further study. Specific instructions for the final examinations will be provided with each course syllabus. Students are allowed to test at a proctored site of their choosing within a timeframe acceptable to the professor.
Master of Science Degree
Midwestern State University (MSU) offers the first discipline-specific Master of Science Radiologic Science (MSRS) degree of its kind in the United States. It includes three separate majors: Radiologic Administration, Radiologic Education, and Radiologist Assistant. The MSRS program features a holistic approach to graduate education with options for specialization, providing a natural transition for working technologists interested in advancing to higher levels of administration, education, or advanced clinical practice.
This program provides opportunities for radiologic science professionals interested in being radiologic administrators, radiologic educators, and radiologist assistants regardless of their location. The unique "hybrid distance education” curriculum design permits working professionals to complete the degree with minimal on-campus requirements while preserving the benefits of face-to-face contact with fellow graduate students. Courses offered during fall and spring semesters, generally require only two visits to MSU. Summer courses include assignments to be completed before and after a single visit to campus. Most of the course requirements are completed independently and coordinated electronically. A limited number of masters level courses are available online.
The radiologist assistant (RA) is a newly emerging allied health care professional providing a recognized advanced clinical role for experienced radiologic technologists. The RA enhances patient care by extending the capacity of the radiologist in the diagnostic imaging environment. The RA performs patient assessment, patient management, fluoroscopy, and other radiology procedures. This new health care professional will also make initial observations of diagnostic images, with official interpretations and final written reports being provided by supervising radiologists (as defined by the American College of Radiology (ACR) Standard for Communication: Diagnostic Radiology).
The RA major is a track in the Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences Degree. The curriculum design allows RA students the benefits of clinical practice where it is most needed (off-campus) as well as the benefits of periodic face-to-face networking with other students and with faculty during on-campus seminars. Admission to the RA major is limited and competitve
In addition to the MSRS core courses and the research paper, the RA curriculum will include procedures courses with a specific clinical content focus that require independent work, online interactions, and on-campus visits. Each semester will also include a clinical preceptorship with at least twenty- four (24) contact hours per week including at least four (4) hours of direct image review with the Radiologist Preceptor.
MSU’s Radiologic Sciences programs include energized radiographic rooms, darkroom, computer lab, extensive selection of audio-visual resources, and a comprehensive website.
ONLINE BACHELORS IN RADIOLOGY SCIENCES
Take the Next Step in Radiography with Your Bachelor's Degree
Our BS in Radiologic Sciences degree provides quality instruction and academic guidance through a multi-dimensional distance-learning environment, allowing students to further their education while maintaining their current careers. The degree focuses on career advancement opportunities and leadership training for current ARRT or NMTCB-registered radiologic technologists.
- All coursework is 100% online and designed for working professionals
- Graduate in as few as 24 months
- Regionally accredited by SACS
- Dedicated support to assist you with every step until graduation
Weber State University
Registered radiologic technologists (RTs) who wish to gain additional knowledge and skills and/or to provide mobility may apply for abachelor of science (BS)and/orcertificate of completionin the following areas. These advanced radiology courses are also available to professionals for continuing education purposes.
Cardiovascular-Interventional Technology (CIT)
Radiology Practitioner Assistant/Radiologist Assistant (RPA/RA)
The radiologic sciences department offers various classes online. For more information, contact the department at 801-626-6057
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
101 S. 42 Street
Omaha, NE 68131-2739
PH 402.552.3100 TF 800.647.5500
Those students wishing to work toward their baccalaureate degree can choose to enter the Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging (MI) program. With this dual degree option, students have the opportunity to work toward their Associate’s and Bachelor’s degree simultaneously. Those students who start the RT program with an Associate's degree can earn both an RT and an MI degree in two years.
Thomas Jefferson College of Health Professions
Thomas Jefferson University
1020 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Invasive Cardiovascular Technology
Operate sophisticated imaging and patient monitoring equipment while working with the cardiologist who performs procedures on patients leading to the diagnosis and treatment of congenital and acquired heart disease, and peripheral vascular disease
Trident University International
5757 Plaza Drive, Suite 100,
Cypress, CA 90630
Information (800) 579-3197
Admissions (800) 579-3170
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
The Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences program provides a firm foundation in the health sciences to prepare graduates for entry and mid-level positions in public health and health care management, or to pursue graduate education in a health-related field. Our mission is to produce highly competent, ethical, caring health professionals who can effect change for the better in communities, populations, organizations, and systems. We do this with an evidence-based, online teaching model and a student‐centered learning environment in which undergraduates can expand their knowledge and skills.
Students will learn basic research skills to use and evaluate data upon which health care managers, educators, administrators, and public health specialists base decisions. Students will develop analytical and problem-solving skills required of such professionals. They will expand awareness of legal and ethical issues in the health field and will learn to recognize and appreciate the economic, political, and social environment in which health care functions. The courses in this program prepare graduates to work in a variety of settings such as health departments, government, for-profit and non-profit health agencies, clinics, hospitals, businesses, and other health-related industries.
In addition to the general BSHS degree, the program offers concentrations in Health Care Management and Public Health. The concentration in Health Care Management provides health care professionals an opportunity to increase their knowledge and skills in the principal functions of management within a health care setting. The concentration in Public Health prepares students for general public health careers with options to focus on Emergency and Disaster Management; Environmental and Occupational Health and Safety; Health Care Management; or Health Education.
Master of Science in Health Sciences
The College of Health Sciences offers the Master of Science in Health Sciences (MSHS) degree program with a variety of concentrations. The goal of the program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for effective managerial and leadership careers in various health fields. Students will learn to discern among, implement and evaluate new developments and advances in fields of health sciences. Individuals will learn to balance the needs of health practice within various sociopolitical and economic environments. The program is also designed to provide students with the ability to critically evaluate research findings in applicable fields of practice. The program also promotes educational opportunities for career advancement, employment mobility, and lifelong learning opportunities.