Online Offerings in Radiologic Sciences
The Department of Radiologic Sciences offers two levels of online course work: complete programs that are fully, or almost fully online, and individual courses within our entry-level programs that are offered only online.
Armstrong's Bridge program is a Bachelor's degree for individuals who are already registered in Radiography, Radiation Therapy or Nuclear Medicine, and are completing their degree.
Course work concentration in advanced clinical skills, such as CT, MRI or mammography. All courses in the major (except clinical education) are offered online. Clinical education may be completed in your local area. Completion of the clinical education requirements will lead to eligibility for certification in CT, MRI or mammography.
Students will gain a variety of educational experiences that include leadership, management, and technical communication. All courses necessary to complete the degree are online.
Course work concentration in advanced management skills. Five courses in the major from the Health Sciences department must be taken on-campus at Armstrong but the other course requirements in the major are offered online.
Advanced Imaging Certificate Program
This fully online post-baccalaureate certificate program prepares radiographers, nuclear medicine technologists and radiation therapy technologists for advanced practice in either computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging or mammography.
Learn more about the Advanced Imaging Certificate Program.
Online Courses in Entry-Level Programs
For students in any of the five entry-level tracks, there are a number of courses in the major that are offered only online. All students in the department will do some level of online coursework. Typically, students in entry-level tracks take five to ten online courses over the five semesters.