Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Undergraduate Degrees

The Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Division at Indiana University School of Medicine offers undergraduate students an opportunity to enter the field of radiology through three unique bachelor and associate degree programs. Part of the Health Professions Programs at IU School of Medicine, students can train in radiography, nuclear medicine technology or medical imaging technology to communicate effectively and think critically amid several radiology procedures and tests, enabling a capacity to thrive in clinical and professional settings for years to come.

Associate of Science in Radiography

Radiography students at IU School of Medicine learn to perform radiographic procedures and X-ray examinations, as well as apply principles of radiation protection as a skilled radiologic technologist.

Radiography

Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology

Graduates of the IU School of Medicine Nuclear Medicine Technology Program have the technical proficiency in all skills necessary to fulfill the role as a nuclear medicine technologist.

Nuclear Medicine

Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology

Unlike other programs in Indiana, IU School of Medicine offers a bachelor’s degree in medical imaging technology, allowing students to complete additional credentialing and be more prepared for future careers in the field of radiology.

Medical Imaging

22
months to complete degrees
100
percent of graduates pass boards
1300
clinical hours per student

Study Abroad

Each year, imaging sciences students are eligible to apply to take a study abroad elective, a one-hour course where students travel to an international location and explore the ways in which different radiologic procedures are performed.

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Faculty

Undergraduate students in the Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Division shadow expert faculty members with decades of experience in the field of radiology.

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