Radiological & Health Professions

The mission of the Radiological and Health Professions department is to prepare self-directed, reflective, competent and professional healthcare providers, who are dedicated to the highest health care standards for themselves and their patients. 

The programs of study offered in the department are:

Allied Health

This program prepares students for health care careers ranging from health care administration to preparing for clinical work in various health fields. The curriculum provides the student with a broad understanding of health and illness. Students choose from a major concentration in health care administration or general science. 

  • Bachelor of science degree — 4 years

Nuclear Medicine Technology

This program prepares students for work in nuclear medicine, which is used to help doctors diagnose and treat various diseases. It is primarily a diagnostic imaging technology.

  • Bachelor of science degree — 4 years
  • Certificate program — 21 months

Radiologic Technology

This program prepares students for work in radiologic technology, a medical specialty which uses x-rays to assist doctors in the diagnosis and detection of pathology and disease process.

  • Bachelor of science degree — 4 years

Radiation Therapy

This program prepares students for work in radiation therapy, which is used to help cure cancer in some patients and ease the pain of others. High technology equipment delivers radiation to destroy cancer cells. 

  • Bachelor of science degree — 4 years
  • Certificate program — 27 months

All students in the department complete internships as part of their curriculum. The internships are in real clinical settings and provide students the hands on training needed to be work-ready after graduation.