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Department of Radiologic Sciences

Celebrating 50 years in 2016, the Department of Radiologic Sciences combines classroom instruction with clinical practice taught by highly motivated and nationally recognized faculty.

Radiologic Sciences is a medical field that uses ionizing radiation, sound waves and magnetic fields to produce medical images for diagnostic purposes or to treat diseases by combining medical procedures with technology. Whether you’re starting with an associate’s degree or are certified as a radiologic technologist and completing your bachelor's, we have a program for you.

“The professors in the radiologic sciences department really care about their students.”
—Taylor Ward, MSRS, BS and AAS

Find the Right Program for You:


Just Getting Started?

Start Here - WSU Radiography (X-Ray) Program

Associate of Applied Science in Radiography

This is the starting point for your profession in radiologic sciences. You need to complete this program before advancing to our bachelor's programs.

Upon completion, you will be eligible to take the national certification as a radiologic technologist and be prepared to work as a radiologic technologist or radiographer. FOR ADVISEMENT, CALL (801) 626-6136.

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Certified as a Radiographer?

If you have completed an x-ray program, earn a bachelor's degree.

Bachelor of Science

Specialize in an advanced modality such as diagnostic medical sonography, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography, nuclear medicine, or radiation therapy. YOU MUST HAVE COMPLETED AN X-RAY PROGRAM FIRST. FOR ADVISEMENT, CALL (801) 626-6057.

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Seeking a Graduate Degree?

WSU MSRS in Radiologic Sciences

Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences

Provides an opportunity for technologists with a bachelor's degree to shift into the educational and research arena, while providing information on advanced clinical practice. FOR ADVISEMENT, CALL (801) 626-6088.

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Seeking a Certificate?

Need an intro to our x-ray program? Try our semester limited program.

Limited Practical Technologist (LPT)

Prepares you for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Limited Scope Examination and credentialing for limited practice in Utah. FOR ADVISEMENT, CALL (801) 626-6617.

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Weber State University, Department of Radiologic Sciences
Marriott Health Sciences Building 363
3891 Stadium Way Dept 3925, Ogden UT 84408-3925
Hours: Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.

Associate’s Degrees: 801-626-6136
Bachelor’s Degrees: WSU-Ogden, Regional: 801-626-6057
Independent Study: 801-626-6619