Health Professions Program

Medical Imaging Technology Bachelor of Science (BS) Degree

The IU School of Medicine Bachelor degree program in Medical Imaging Technology produces clinically competent graduates who communicate effectively in the healthcare environment, think critically and apply problem-solving skills in the healthcare environment. Graduates understand the value of professional development and growth and are qualified to work as advance-practice radiologic technologists.

Linda A. Cox, MS

Linda A. Cox, MS

Associate Professor of Clinical Radiologic Sciences
Valerie E. Echeverria, MS

Valerie E. Echeverria, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiologic Sciences

Applicant Requirements

Applicants interested in entering the Medical Imaging Technology Program to obtain a Bachelor degree must be a registered radiographer (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine Technologist (ARRT or NMTCB), Radiation Therapist (ARRT) or sonographer (ARRT or ARDMS). Applicants who do not hold one of these credits can explore the Associate degree-level Radiography program to earn the appropriate credentials. Details about choosing a track for the Bachelor degree program in Medical Imaging Technology are available on the Medical Imaging Technology Preference Form.

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