Imaging Sciences Online Degree Program
Boise State University’s fully online Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences is an associate to bachelor’s degree completion program for medical imaging professionals. The Online Imaging Sciences Degree is designed for credentialed imaging practitioners who wish to advance their career potential by completing a bachelor degree.
Our curriculum aligns with the American Society of Radiologic Technology (ASRT) Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences Core Curriculum.
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How Do I Apply To The Imaging Sciences Program?
Boise State University’s fully online Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences is designed for credentialed imaging practitioners who wish to advance their career potential by completing a bachelor degree.
To be considered for Online Imaging Sciences, applicants must have:
- Associate of Science, Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science from a regionally accredited college or university
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) or equivalent national credential (ARDMS, NMTCB, ARMRIT, RCIS, CCI) and be a currently registered medical imager in good standing
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7
|Semester||Application Deadline||Courses Begin|
|Fall||July 10||Late August|
|Spring||December 1||Early January|
How Much Does This Program Cost?
Boise State University’s online programs offer reasonably priced tuition, ongoing support, financial aid options and degree paths that help ensure you reach your goals quickly and efficiently.
|Boise State Undergraduate Admissions Application Fee||$50|
|Courses (33 total credits @ $395 per credit*)||$13,035|
|Credit for Prior Learning Fee for ARRT Certification (estimate)||$100|
|Approximate Total Investment||$14,050|
|Other potential expenses may include a personal computer, webcam, headphones with mic, and internet access which are all required for this program.||Varies|
What Classes Will I Take?
The below Online Imaging Sciences degree curriculum shows the courses required for the program. In addition, certain foundational courses are required to earn a bachelor’s degree from Boise State. Foundations courses may be met through transfer coursework or will be incorporated into your program of study at Boise State.
|Course Number||Title||Credits Hours|
|IMGSCI 302||Civic Engagement, Ethics and Global Diversity||3|
|IMGSCI 304||Professionalism and Research in Imaging Sciences||1|
|IMGSCI 305||Human Resource Management in Health Care||3|
|IMGSCI 308||Advanced Digital Imaging||2|
|IMGSCI 310||Public Health||3|
|IMGSCI 312||Information Technology for Imaging Professionals||1|
|IMGSCI 314||Health Law and Ethics||3|
|IMGSCI 315||Health Informatics in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 382||Research Methods in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 402||Comprehensive Analysis on Radiation Protection||2|
|IMGSCI 404||Study of Diseases in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 408||Sectional Anatomy in Imaging Sciences||3|
|IMGSCI 412||Preventative Care and Patient Advocacy in Imaging Sciences||2|
|HLTH 400||Interprofessional Capstone||1|
|Credits awarded for completing the ARRT credentialing exam.||25|
|Earned associate's degree and university foundations courses||62|
|Total semester credits earned/needed for a bachelor’s degree from Boise State||120|
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