CT AND MRI PROGRAMS | Regional College (College of Applied & Technical Studies, effective July 1, 2019) | Kent State University

ONLINE BACHELOR'S DEGREE IN RADIOLOGIC AND IMAGING SCIENCES - CT & MRI

Online Bachelor's in CT and MRI Information Sheet

Building upon the foundation of an associate degree in radiologic technology, or a bachelor’s degree in nuclear medicine or radiation therapy, Kent State University’s Bachelor of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences degree in the CT and/or MRI concentration is the solution for employed radiologic technologists, nuclear medicine technologists or radiation therapists wanting to expand their career options.

  • Complete either program in as little as nine months!
  • 100 percent online coursework
  • Career advancement through new skills and certification
  • Low-cost regional campus tuition rates

STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE PROGRAM BENEFIT FROM:

  • The ability to work while taking online courses
  • Earning up to 38 semester hours of credit for coursework completed in an accredited radiologic technology associate degree program or 32 semester hours of credit from a hospital based certificate program
  • A clear program roadmap that outlines the required courses to earn your bachelor's degree

A bachelor’s degree is earned after successful completion of 120 semester hours of lower and upper division course work.  The Bachelor of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Technology degree in CT and/or MRI online degree program also prepares qualified graduates with the necessary knowledge and skills for roles in management, research, sales, teaching and more.  

COURSE INFORMATION & ROAD MAP

PROGRAM ADMISSION

  • Interested students can apply to Kent State University online through the regular admissions process at www.kent.eduStudents must first be admitted to Kent State University before being accepted into the CT or MRI program
  • Grants, loans, and scholarships are available to qualified students 
  • Students must also apply to the CT or MRI program through the online application.

Apply now!  Deadline to apply is July 1st. Classes begin August 22, 2019. 

APPLY TO KENT STATE

APPLY TO ONLINE CT OR MRI PROGRAM


FORMS AND INFORMATION


COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

Students must graduate from an associate degree program or hospital-based certificate program in radiologic technology, nuclear medicine or radiation therapy.  Students must be registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT or NMTCB) before pursuing the bachelor’s degree. Radiologic technologists, nuclear medicine technologists, or radiation therapists may take the CT courses without pursuing the bachelor degree. 
 


MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING

Students must graduate from an associate degree program or hospital-based certificate program in radiologic technology, nuclear medicine or radiation therapy.  Students must be registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT or NMTCB) before pursuing the bachelor’s degree. Radiologic technologists, nuclear medicine technologists, or radiation therapists may take the MRI courses without pursuing the bachelor degree. 

 


MRI CONTACT INFORMATION

Gail Schroeder, M.P.H., R.T. (R)

Program Director

Radiologic Technology

Phone:

440-964-4321

Email: gschroe1@kent.edu

 

CT CONTACT INFORMATION

Jan Gibson, M.Ed., R.T. (R)

Senior Program Director

Radiologic Technology

Phone:

330-337-4223

Email: jjgibso1@kent.edu