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Advanced Medical Imaging Careers

As a graduate of the Bachelor of Science in Advanced Medical Imaging program at Boise State, you will be equipped for success in the healthcare field.

Bachelor of Science in Advanced Medical Imaging Occupation Outlook

The Advanced Medical Imaging occupation statistics listed below come from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor.

Projected New Jobs

187,631 new jobs or 15.7% growth in the imaging field from 2020-2030

BS in Advanced Medical Imaging Careers

  • Two people wearing medical gear standing by a hospital bedUltrasonographer
  • Clinical Imaging Specialist
  • CT/MRI Technologist
  • Interventional Radiologic Technologist
  • Neurointerventional Technologist
  • Field Specialist – Cardiovascular
  • Special Procedure Technologist
  • Computed Tomography Technologist
  • Cath Lab Technologist
  • Director Imaging Services

American Registry of Radiologic Technology Certification (ARRT) ranked #15 for the top 20 most in-demand certifications in 2020 by Indeed.com.

Degree Outcomes

As an online Bachelor of Science in Advanced Medical Imaging graduate, you will be able to:

  • Advocate for patients, recognize professional impact related to patient outcomes, and develop a culture of safety.
  • Demonstrate effective, appropriate, and respectful communication with diverse populations of patients, co-workers, physicians and the community to improve patient outcomes by performing beyond technical application.
  • Apply ethical practice as a professional technologist from a legal, compliance, and systems perspective within the healthcare realm.
  • Actively lead and/or participate as part of an interprofessional team to improve communication amongst healthcare providers and decrease patient risk.
  • Implement advanced imaging principles and practices at a level of mastery.
  • Appropriately share data within a healthcare team while maintaining patient privacy and confidentiality.
  • Collaborate and influence as a leader in the medical imaging profession by making meaningful contributions within your department, your healthcare organization, your community as well as on a national level.
  • Attain eligibility for national credentialing within a modality of focus.

According to a survey conducted by Spring Board Healthcare in 2021, “wages notably increase based on level of experience in the field and amount of education received. Responses also confirmed that cardiovascular healthcare professionals who travel earn more than their permanent counterparts by a staggering amount.”

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Contact our Enrollment and Student Success Team for support by emailing us at AMIonline@boisestate.edu or calling (208) 426-5921.