Associate of Science Degree: The Associate of Science Degree program is a full-time, day program with a cohort of 30-34 students beginning each fall semester in Little Rock and Fayetteville. It consists of four fall/spring semesters with one intervening summer session. The program consists of 35 credits of prerequisite course work and 60 credits in the RIS curriculum for a total of 95 credits.
Bachelor of Science Degree: The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Imaging Sciences consists of the same 35 semester credits of prerequisite course work and successful completion of an Associate of Sciences in Medical Imaging or Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology. Students with an Associate of Science in Medical Radiography from UAMS are required to successfully complete 25 credits in the B.S. degree completion program. Students with an Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology from a different accredited college or university are required to successfully complete 32-40 credits in the B.S. degree completion program. All B.S. degree completion courses are offered online. Students who completed a non-degree certificate/hospital based program and are currently in CE compliance with the ARRT should contact the program director for more information.
Short Track Examination Preparation (STEP): The Division offers short tracks in areas such as CT, MRI, Angiography, and Mammography for ARRT-registered technologists who wish to prepare for a specialty examination and who do not wish to pursue the Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Imaging Sciences. Contact the division director for more information.