Requirements: An associate degree from an accredited institution and credentialing in one of the following is required for admission: Radiology Technology, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiation Therapy, Magnetic Resonance Imaging or Medical Sonography.
Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science degree in Imaging Sciences is a completion program for graduates of associate of science programs in Radiology Technology, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiation Therapy, Magnetic Resonance Imaging or Diagnostic Medical Sonography. Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences degree program develops the administrative and/or clinical knowledge of technologists, providing the educational foundation for advanced certifications and career growth.
Students may choose from concentrations in Imaging Administration or Clinical Imaging depending upon the student’s area of interest and career pathway.
Concentration availability may vary by campus.
The Imaging Sciences program offers technologists advanced course work toward a bachelor’s degree completion and at least partial fulfillment of post-primary certification eligibility requirements. The program curriculum provides foundational courses in current interdisciplinary and administrative aspects of an imaging department. Additionally, the program allows for a more focused study of leadership and of advanced technological or clinical aspects of the imaging sciences through a specific concentration choice.
Graduates from the Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences degree program may work in settings such as:
- Doctors’ offices
- Diagnostic Imaging Clinics
- Health care facilities
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