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Advanced Radiologic Sciences

If you are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in our Radiologic Sciences program, you must select an emphasis or combination of emphases. Our emphases are designed to meet your career goals in radiologic sciences modalities and for technical, management and educational positions.

Clinical Education

For most Advanced Radiologic Sciences bachelor’s emphases, you are required to complete 24 hours of clinical education per week in a WSU-affiliated healthcare facility.


Upon completion of your emphasis, you are eligible to take the national certification examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). States often require practicing technologists to be licensed, and ARRT certifications may be used to fulfill state regulations in many states. If you want to practice in Utah, you must be licensed as a radiologic technologist by the state.

Check your state requirements