The Radiologic Sciences Programs at Arkansas State University were established in 1981. Since the establishment of the first program, the university has added four baccalaureate degree major emphases as well as several minor areas of study. The faculty and students of the programs have established a reputation for quality education and clinical experience in the radiologic and imaging sciences.
Career Path Options
We offer 6 specialty tracks in several areas of study, including:
Before choosing one of the 6 career path options below, students must first complete the Radiography component of the degree plan. Radiography comprises the spring semester of the sophomore year and all of the junior year .
To apply to the Radiography program please click the following link "Radiography Application".
- Cardiovascular-Interventional Technology
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging / Computed Tomography
- Mammography / Computed Tomography
- Medical Imaging Informatics / Computed Tomography
- Radiation Therapy