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 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