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Bachelor of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Technology

KSU at Salem offers a Bachelor degree in Radiologic and Imaging Services Technology with majors in 5 concentrations.

 

 

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All five concentrations are completed during the senior year of the bachelor degree with students applying to the program in their junior year. Since admission into the program is selective, only those students who meet program requirements will be interviewed. Only a limited number of students are accepted which is based on the number of clinical sites affiliated with the program.

Computed Tomography: Students must graduate from an associate degree program or hospital-based certificate program in radiologic technology and must be registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists before pursuing the Bachelor Degree. Radiologic Technologists may take the CT courses without pursuing the bachelor degree. 
Only one option: Radiologic Technology followed by CT

Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Students must graduate from an associate degree program or hospital-based certificate program in radiologic technology before pursuing the Bachelor Degree. Students may take the MRI courses without pursuing the bachelor degree.
Only 1 Option: Radiologic Technology followed by MRI

Diagnostic Medical Sonography: The DMS courses are 16 months in length and are taken in the senior year of the four-year bachelor degree.
Two options exist for the DMS concentration:
Option 1: Radiologic Technology followed by Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Option 2: Diagnostic Medical Sonography alone 

Nuclear Medicine: The nuclear medicine program at Kent State University Salem Campus will no longer be accepting applications effective immediately. The program will close after the currently enrolled students graduate in December 2014.

Radiation Therapy:The RTH courses are 16 months in length and are taken in the senior year of the four-year bachelor degree.
Two options exist for the RTH major:
Option 1: Radiologic Technology followed by Radiation Therapy
Option 2: Radiation Therapy alone