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Admission Requirements- Radiologist Assistant Program

Selection for admissions is a competitive process that is the responsibility of the faculty. Decisions are based on a composite of the applicant’s overall academic ability, including achievement in professional and science courses. Aptitude in oral and written self-expression; personal characteristics such as leadership potential; and life and work experiences are also considered.

In order to qualify for admission, applicants must meet the following requirements:
• Have successfully passed of an Introductory Pathophysiology, Human Disease or equivalent course, 3 credits
• Graduated from a Joint Review Committee on Education in
  Radiologic Technology approved Diagnostic Radiography program
• Earned bachelorette degree with an accumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher
• Possess an up to date New Jersey Diagnostic Technologist license or other state license and   
   current registration by the American Registry of Radiologic
• Employed as a radiographer for a minimum of one year
• Identify a radiologist to serve as your preceptor (academic/clinical).
   Please refer to application package document titled “Clinical
   Preceptorship Memorandum of Understanding for a Radiologist
   Assistant Student.”
• Provide three letters of recommendation
• Provide personal statement
• Provide proof of current BCLS certification.
• Applicants must submit a notarized copy of current registry and state licensure.

Additional forms required to be completed by applicants to the Radiologist Assistant Program.



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