The Bachelor of Science 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 professional careers. This is a Bachelor’s completion program for students who possess an Associate degree in Radiography, Radiologic Technology, or Radiologic Sciences from a regionally accredited institution or a JRCERT accredited program. Additionally, students must maintain registry by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
The Program will include a total of 60 trimester credit hours: 33 credits of Radiologic Sciences courses and 27 credits of general education courses. Students must have a minimum of 120 credit hours to be eligible for graduation.
Adventist University of Health Sciences has chosen to partner with Compass Knowledge Group, LLC in the delivery of a distance education Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Sciences. Students complete assignments at their home or office, and participate in a virtual community of learners and mentors via online communication channels. The course instructor and facilitator monitor student progress.