Radiologic Science Administration Undergraduate Degrees
Prepare for the Demands of the Future!
This online administration program prepares radiologic science professionals for supervisory and teaching positions within radiology departments and schools. Radiography Technologists can earn an associates or master's degree, while receiving credit for prior clinical courses and for general education courses required for licensure.
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Students currently enrolled in or planning to begin Radiologic Technology programs may complete the required general education courses online while they continue their clinical program.
This program provides clinicians with the management expertise and related skills needed to become managers of their departments. Upon completion of this program you will be able to:
- Understand the conceptual framework for the provision of health services
- Successfully meet the demands of supervisory and management positions of radiography departments
- Integrate management, financial, human resource and ethical concepts as they apply to health care management.
Program options include courses to complete an associate's degree that will also be credited if you continue on for a bachelor's degree! Our faculty members have practical experience in radiologic science administration and health administration and will work one-on-one with students.
Expand the Possibilities!
The benefits of your clinical career can be expanded to include management and teaching opportunities!
What faculty are saying:
"I recommend our program at SJCME because I know from experience that it is the best around, as I am a proud Alumna of both the Bachelor and Master's Programs and have been teaching in our program for the past eight years. I know how hard it is to earn a degree while working, and I also know how caring our College is about our students. Our instructors are considered experts in their field, having worked for many years in the area of health administration that they teach and they share their life experiences with our students. There is no better way to get an education!" ...read more
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science Administration
This online administration program prepares radiologic science professionals for supervisory and teaching positions within radiology departments and schools.
Required Credits: 128
The radiologic science administration program gives credit for prior clinical courses and for general education courses required for licensure. It provides clinicians with the management expertise and related skills needed to become managers of their departments.
- Flexible online format that allows you to study at your own schedule, at your own pace and at your own location.
- Courses blend content with professional work experience, allowing for immediate application in your work setting.
- Faculty with practical experience in radiologic science administration and health administration will work one-on-one with students.
- No on-campus residency required; optional two-week summer sessions on lakeside campus to accelerate degree.
- Fast track to the Master of Health Administration degree program
- The Associate of Science degree, with a major in Radiologic Science Administration provides a degree completion option for individuals with certification in radiologic science administration.
You must be a graduate of an accredited public or private high school, have passed a GED examination, or provide proof of completion of a GED equivalent, or must have completed a state-approved high school diploma through home schooling.
Students must have completed high school with an average grade of "C" or better, have a standard 2.0 or better for GED students or show college credit with a cumulative grade point of 2.0 or better for admission to an undergraduate degree program. Students who do not meet the cumulative grade point standard may be conditionally accepted and required to take specific introductory course work and complete it with a grade of 2.0 or better, prior to consideration of formal acceptance.
Students may enroll in the ASRSA or BSRSA program while working through an approved radiologic technology certificate program, but may not complete the degree program until the certificate program has been completed and the transcripts verified. Visit the ARRT web site for more information.
Associate of Science in Radiologic Science Administration
Required Credits: 66