Radiologic Imaging Sciences

Program Description 

The Master of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences program provides professional advancement tracts in radiologic and imaging Administration, radiologic and imaging Education, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, CT, PET/CT, and MRI. At the current time, only the Administration and Education tracks are accepting applicants. When available, all tracts in this degree are open to applicants with certification in radiography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, sonography, dosimetry, cardiovascular interventional technology, dosimetrists, and PACS administration. This is an executive style program that is one-year in length and offered online. A hybrid version of the degree will be offered in the near future.

Target Audience 

Individuals certified or registered in one of the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences disciplines of Radiography (RTR), Radiation Therapy (RTT), Nuclear Medicine (RTN or CNMT), Sonography (RDMS), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (ARMRIT), Cardiovascular Interventional Technology (RCES, RCIS), or Dosimetrist (CMD). 

Expected Outcomes 

Upon successful completion of the Certificate, a student will be able to:  

  • Critically read and comprehend scientific literature in RIS as it relates to management or education.  
  • Describe in detail the current knowledge and theories about RIS management or RIS education.  
  • Express graduate level professional ideas orally. 
  • Demonstrate the ability to integrate graduate-level theoretical, analytical, research and practical skills into professional practice.