Radiologic Imaging Modalities – BS2018-09-28T17:45:19+00:00
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B.S. in Radiologic Imaging Modalities

Our flexible, online B.S. in Medical Imaging Sciences Radiologic Imaging Modalities program is for American Registry of Radiologic Technology ARRT credentialed radiologic technologists who want to increase their knowledge and marketability. The program follows a nationally recognized curriculum which includes clinical and didactic instruction in Computer Tomography, Magnetic Resonance and Mammography.

The strong radiologic imagingacademic curriculum combined with intensive clinical training delivers a comprehensive program for health professional seeking to advance in their careers. Designed for the time-conscious student, the program recognizes the need of radiographers to complete their degree in a timely fashion. The program pairs students with advisors who are knowledgeable about the degree requirements.

Educational advancement as a radiologic technologist can open many career opportunities such as in specialized clinical areas as Mammography, CT, MRI and others. It can lead you to become an educator, application specialist, or manager of an imaging department.

Two options:

For more information, call 908-889-2521 or email SHP-RA-AdRad-info@shp.rutgers.edu.

  • New Jersey’s only advanced radiography specialties program which grants college credits and leads to a degree.
  • Faculty hold specialized certifications in radiologic imaging
  • Graduates consistently pass the national board certification exam
  • Study at a university ranked #1 out of 582 colleges nationwide by College Factual in best colleges for health professions

The Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Sciences Radiologic Imaging Modalities is a joint degree offered in partnership with Thomas Edison State College (TESU).

While most courses are taken via distance learning, the MSRA 5200 course requires students to attend three laboratory sessions on designated weekends. Clinical requirements are fulfilled at facilities associated with our school. Pending approval, students have the option to fulfill their clinical requirements at their workplace. Clinical schedules are flexible and are arranged on an individual basis

The advanced practice courses follow the American Society of Radiologic Technologist (ASRT) curriculum standards and American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) standards for clinical requirements.

  • Graduates who perform as an integral member of the healthcare team
  • Graduates who can take on leadership positions to enhance the profession
  • Graduates who are competent and effective in their skills and knowledge to perform as advanced level modalities

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment in this field is projected to grow faster than average; those with knowledge of more than one diagnostic imaging procedure will have the best employment opportunities.

For more information, call 908-889-2521 or email SHP-RA-AdRad-info@shp.rutgers.edu.

Programs have a rolling admissions. Completed applications are reviewed up to three weeks prior to the start of  the January, May or September semester.

Applicants must meet the following requirements for admission:

  • ARRT-registered Diagnostic Radiographer and possess the following:
    • 6 credits of college level English/Written Expression or equivalent courses with a minimum grade of “C”
    • 3 credits of college level Algebra or an equivalent course with a minimum grade of “C”
    • An accumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher in a standard 4.0 scale
    • An up-to-date Radiologic Technology License from New Jersey and current registration by the ARRT. If not licensed in NJ must be eligible. To check for eligibility please contact New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Radiological Bureau at 609-984-5890.

Submission of Application should include the following items:

  • Notarized copy of current licensure and ARRT registry.
  • Official transcripts of prior colleges, universities or community colleges attended
  • Official radiography program transcripts

 Tuition, fees and financial aid.

For more information, call 908-889-2521 or email SHP-RA-AdRad-info@shp.rutgers.edu.

The program follows a national recognized curriculum which includes clinical and didactic instruction in Computer Tomography, Magnetic Resonance and Mammography.

The Certificate in Diagnostic Imaging Technologies is designed for ARRT-registered Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist who want to broaden their career opportunities and increase their knowledge. The RIM program is designed as a 34-credit program offered online. Students select two specialty areas (CT, Mammography and/or MRI).

Clinical experience is offered in a variety of clinical settings within New Jersey. Students wishing to obtain clinical experience in a health care facility other than the ones provided may be accommodated by the development of a clinical contract.

The program can be taken on a part-time basis, with up to five years allowed for completion.

Courses follow the American Society of Radiologic Technologist (ASRT) curriculum standards and American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) standards for clinical requirements.

Course requirements and descriptions

The BSMIS RIM is a joint degree offered in partnership with Thomas Edison State University (TESU). TESU provides general education, basic sciences, and liberal arts courses. Rutgers School of Health Professions provides the specialty courses in the imaging sciences.

The program recognizes and builds on previous academic coursework of Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist with a certificate or associate degree.

This unique and flexible program is geared towards ARRT credentialed radiologic technologist wishing to increase their marketability in the field and obtain the highly-sought Bachelor degree.

The program combines a strong academic curriculum and intensive clinical training. The Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Sciences Radiologic Imaging Modalities program is comprehensive in the advanced practices of Computed Tomography, Mammography, and Magnetic Resonance.

The program recognizes and builds on previous academic coursework as well as allied health professional experience to provide students with up 17 radiography credits which may be applied towards the concentration and additional transfer credits which may be applied towards the completion of the general education requirements of the bachelor’s degree.

Courses follow the American Society of Radiologic Technologist (ASRT) curriculum standards and American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) standards for clinical requirements.

Course requirements and descriptions

 

For more information, call 908-889-2521 or email SHP-RA-AdRad-info@shp.rutgers.edu.

An online program that provides working radiographers with the opportunity to increase their knowledge and career opportunities through either a degree or certificate.

The program enhances the education of radiologic technologist in advanced imaging modalities. It prepares students didactically and clinically for the advanced level registry examination in CT, Mammography,  and MRI.

A 2.5 GPA, graduation from an accredited Diagnostic Radiology program, AART registration, 6 credits of college level English with a grade of at least a “C.

Up to nine credits can be taken as a non-matriculated student

Yes. The best source for financial aid information is at the Rutgers Student Financial Aid Office. They can be contacted 973-972-4376.

Yes. Rutgers University and the School of Health Professions offer a limited number of scholarship programs.

For more information, call 908-889-2521 or email SHP-RA-AdRad-info@shp.rutgers.edu.

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Portrait of Gladys Montane, Radiologist Assistant Program Director

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Gladys Montane