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What will I learn?

The Bachelor of Science in radiologic technology is an advanced standing program designed for the registered radiologic technologists. The program provides educational opportunities for graduates of accredited programs in radiography and are certified to practice. The program offers career mobility and educational articulation for the students.

Registered radiological technologists who are graduates from an accredited two-year, hospital-based program may receive up to 54 transfer credits toward the Bachelor of Science degree, depending on the evaluation of the hospital training transcript. Additional transfer credits may be granted for courses taken at accredited collegiate institutions. Associate degree applicants may receive up to 60 transfer credits.

Core Requirements(36 credits)

Foundation Courses (28 credits)

CSCI1105 Computer and Computer Software
WRIT1002 Composition I: Rhetoric and Inquiry
WRIT1003 Composition II: Research and Argument
MATH1107 Pre Calculus
MEDT1130 Bioethics
PSYC1201 General Psychology
PSYC2210 Psychological Statistics
SPAN1111 Spanish for Health Personnel
SPCH1155 Public Speaking

University Requirements (8 credits)

UNIV1001 Transitioning to University Life
UNIV1002 Preparing for Professional Life
UNIV2001 Cross-cultural Perspectives
UNIV2002 Global Issues

Which department am I in?

Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health

Study options

Full Time (120 credit hours)

Tuition fees
US$32,000.00 per year
Start date

Expected January, May, August 2023


Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health

1000 River Road,


New Jersey,

07666, United States

Entry requirements

For students from United States

High school transcripts, or equivalent, are required for admission and will be used to evaluate admission. High school seniors with a combined Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) score of 1170 and high school GPA of 3.25 may apply for admission to the combined degree program. All applicants for admission to the combined degree program must satisfy secondary school preparation in English, mathematics, biology, chemistry and physics.

For international students

High school transcripts, or equivalent, are required for admission and will be used to evaluate admission.

A minimum cumulative grade point ratio (CGPR) of 2.50

English proficiency: TOEFL IBT - 70; IELTS - 6.0; ITEP - 3.7, Pearson’s PTE-A – 53.

Application Deadlines: Fall (August) Semester: July 1, Spring (January) Semester: December 1, Summer semester (limited programs): May 1.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.


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