With our partnership institutions, the Health Care Sciences and Services Department of Immaculata University offers a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health with a concentration in Radiology. You will receive a strong science and liberal arts background from IU and clinical instruction and didactic coursework from affiliate institutions, which will prepare you for positions within the health care industry.
Radiologic technologists examine patients using diagnostic imaging, such as X-rays, with a variety of sophisticated digital imaging and recording equipment.
Employment of radiologic technologists is expected to grow by 28 percent from 2010 to 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. You may pursue jobs in a wide variety of areas, such as clinical practice, sales and marketing, education, research and management.
Learn more about the career outlook for radiologic technologists at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
To complete the program, you will take three years of health and liberal arts courses at Immaculata to work toward a B.S. in allied health. You will then transition to the Department of Radiologic Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University, the Radiography program at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, The Johns Hopkins Hospital Radiography program, Reading Hospital School of Health Sciences, or Bucks County Community College to complete your degree in radiology.
Upon completion of the program, you will be eligible to take the certification examinations of the organizations that oversee your area of study.
In addition to satisfying Immaculata's admission requirements, please ensure that you meet all admission requirements and prerequisites for the partner institution you choose.