The Associate of Science degree program in Radiography at Indiana University School of Medicine is a 22-month program that trains students to effectively perform radiographic procedures and evaluate images. Within the first month of training, students experience hands-on learning and patient care experience.
In addition to clinical training, students pursue original research. A study abroad experience is available. Graduates of this professional program are qualified to work as entry-level radiologic technologists.
|Summer Session II||Course||Credits|
|Introduction to Radiography||RADI-R 110||3.0|
|Patient Care I||RADI-R 112||3.0|
|Radiographic Procedures I||RADI-R 114||3.0|
|Radiographic Procedures I lab||RADI-R 115||1.0|
|Principles of Radiography I||RADI-R 118||4.0|
|Radiography Principles Lab I||RADI-R 119||1.0|
|Basic Clinical Experience Course||RADI-R 151
|Radiographic Procedures II||RADI-R 124||3.0|
|Radiographic Procedures Lab II||RADI-R 125||1.0|
|Principles of Radiography II||RADI-R 128||4.0|
|Radiography Principles Lab II||RADI-R 129||1.0|
|Basic Clinical Experience Course||RADI-R 171||3.0|
|Patient Care II | Hybrid||RADI-R 212||1.0|
|Medical Ethics and Law
for Img Prof | Online
|Clinical Experience Course||RADI-R 274
|Radiographic Pathology | Online||RADI-R 210||2.0|
|Radiographic Procedures III||RADI-R 214||3.0|
|Principles of Radiography III||RADI-R 228||4.0|
|Clinical Experience Course||RADI-R 271
|Image Evaluation||RADI-R 216||3.0|
|Radiation Biology and Protection in
Diagnostic Radiology | Online
|Clinical Experience Course||RADI-R 272
|Intro to Professional Life in Img Sci||RADI-R 276||4.0|
AwardsProgram faculty recommends graduating students with superior academic performance for degrees awarded with distinction according to the Indiana University policy. Students with outstanding academic and clinical achievement during the professional program may be recognized by the program at the time of graduation.
To qualify for graduation, Radiography students must complete 76 credit hours of coursework, including 15 credit hours of prerequisites and 61 credit hours of professional courses. All course work must be completed in compliance with the program’s and school’s academic and professional policies.