In partnership with Thomas Jefferson University, Immaculata offers a dual bachelor's degree in allied health and radiologic sciences. Students are introduced to medical imaging and to the methods of interpreting an image, and they learn the wide range of available radiologic tests and how to order them in a cost-effective manner. Through clinical rotations, students gain hands-on training and practical knowledge in radiologic sciences.
To complete the program, students take three years of health and liberal arts courses at Immaculata to work toward a B.S. in allied health. Students then transition to the Department of Radiologic Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University to complete a B.S. in radiologic sciences in one year. Upon completion of the program, graduates are eligible to take the certification examinations of the organizations that oversee their area of study.
Get more information about program admission and requirements here. Students are responsible for ensuring that they meet all of the admission requirements and academic prerequisites for admission to Jefferson's program.
Graduates have a wide variety of options to choose from for their future careers. They may pursue jobs in areas such as:
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For more information about this specialty, please e-mail Sister M. Carroll Isselmann or call 610-647-4400, ext. 3119.