A Bachelor's degree in a a Radiologic Science field provide students to gain knowledge in a specialized modality. The programs consist of a cluster of specialized medical imaging disciplines and radiation therapy. Each modality complements other imaging specialties in making accurate diagnosis and is vatal in patient treatment.
To apply for any specialty, you must be ARRT certified to work as a Radiologic Technologist. If you are not ARRT certified, or are not in a Radiologic Technologist program, click here for information to apply for the Radiologic Technology program.
In order to graduate with a Bachelor's degree, students must complete all general education requirements.
Programs for Specialty programs are available through WSU-Ogden and Distance Education.
Women's Imaging (Bone Densitometry, Breast Sonography, and Mammography)
Deadline to apply for all WSU-Ogden Specialty programs is January 10; applications are available year-round, but should include all coursework prior to the application deadline.
Students applying for a Specialty program through our Regional program (Distance Education) are encouraged to contact the Continuing Education advisor, Cindy Esterholdt, at 801-626-6619, as deadlines and applications are different. Information about Regional programs can be found online by clicking here.