Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between the associate of science and bachelor of science degrees in radiography?
- In order to enter the bachelor of science degree completion program, the student must first complete the associate of science program.
- The 35 SC prerequisite general education courses are the same for both programs.
- At the end of the associate of science program, the student is eligible to take the national certification in radiography.
- A student may be accepted to the bachelor of science program only after completing an associate of science (or an associate of applied science, or a certificate hospital-based) program and national certification eligible or registered. The bachelor of science degree program is offered to afford students the opportunity to pursue a higher degree and complete one or two specialty certification tracks if they choose. The bachelor of science tracks include cardiac interventional, CT, mammography, MRI, and vascular interventional
What is the time commitment and length of the program?
- Students should be available M-F, 8-4 during the associate degree program. This program is 5 contiguous semesters. In the bachelor of science program, the student is encouraged to work as a radiographer, as all courses are offered online.