The field of medical imaging has never been more promising. Today's advanced technology allows imaging professionals to provide more precise test results that in turn improve patients’ lives with more accurate diagnoses. Additionally the use of targeted radiation therapy can treat and potentially eliminate disease.
Ohio State's Radiologic Sciences and Therapy Program was designed to train those professionals needed in the healthcare industry. Our bachelor's degree program is unlike other training as it combines freshman and sophomore general courses with the specializations and clinical practice that makes our graduates more marketable.
For more information about the program, application requirements, and opportunities, please visit the Radiologic Sciences and Therapy website.
The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences (SHRS) is in the Ohio State University College of Medicine. For more than five decades, SHRS has prepared undergraduate students to achieve personal and professional excellence, as they pursue an exciting career in healthcare.
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The Division of Radiologic Sciences and Therapy's Bachelor's of Science Degree Completion Program is designed for students who are certified in a primary radiologic sciences discipline and are in good standing with The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS), or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).
The program allows radiation science professionals to earn credit for their previous college education. Although some course work may be completed online, this is not a distance education program.
The Radiation Therapy Program takes great pride in educating top quality radiation therapists. In order to assure our students are achieving our outcome goals, we assess our program each year.
For details of our educational mission, goals, and outcomes please visit our outcomes page.