Associate of Science in Radiography
Students may apply for admission to the pre-radiography program after qualifying for regular admission to Indiana University. Upon acceptance to the program, students enrolled in general education courses required for the Associate of Science degree, are classified as pre-radiography.
About the Program
The AS in Radiography Program is a 22-month, full-time clinical/professional program that provides the academic and clinical education required for a career as a diagnostic radiographer. The program consists of highly focused college coursework designed to complement clinical experience course work. Clinical experience courses are completed at various
The Radiography Program is accredited by the Joint Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (www.jrcert.org) and is designed to prepare graduates as competent, professional entry-level diagnostic radiographers for a career in medical imaging. Upon completion of the program, students receive an Associate of Science Degree and are eligible to take the national credentialing exam in Radiography which is sponsored by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Additional information about the ARRT can be found at www.arrt.org.
I Want To Study Radiography, How Do I Sign Up?
Students seeking to enter the AS in Radiography Program must apply and be granted acceptance to IU South Bend and complete the required general education courses. Pre-requisite general education courses can be taken on a part-time basis and do not have to be completed at IU South Bend. Upon completion or near completion of the required pre-requisite courses the student should submit an application for admission to the AS in Radiography Program. Applications are generally available on February 1st of the year of admittance and can be found on the health science advising website. Acceptance into the program is based on a number of criteria which include the student’s overall GPA, math and science GPA, and a student essay. The number of students accepted into the program each year depends on the number of available clinical placements.Apply now Summer 2019 Clinical Application
The medical imaging programs are located on the campus of IU South Bend and most courses are taught on campus. Clinical field experience and clinical labs are taught off campus at affiliated clinical agencies which include Memorial Hospital, St. Josephs Regional Medical Center, Plymouth and Mishawaka campuses, IU-Goshen Health, Elkhart General Hospital, Kosciusko Community Hospital, Community Hospital of Bremen and Memorial Lighthouse Medical Imaging.
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