General Degree Info
The Associate Degree in Radiological Sciences prepares students to work in hospitals, outpatient facilities, physician's offices and other healthcare facilities. Through a combination of clinical experience and coursework, Radiological Sciences (Rad Sci) students learn to produce quality diagnostic images, provide optimal patient care, and operate advanced imaging technology. Students earning the A.S. degree in Radiological Sciences can further their education in specialized imaging modalities (MRI, CT, Nuclear Medicine, etc.), management positions, and additional radiological sciences education.
Suggested Academic Plan
Review this semester-by-semester schedule for your coursework frequently in order to make sure you are on right track with your courses.
The program requirements for the associate's degree in Radiological Sciences are available on the University Bulletin website.
Review RadSc course descriptions, the University's course numbering system, and the course descriptions on the University Bulletin web site.