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A bachelor’s degree in radiography from MU will help you teach and serve as a manager in all areas of medical imaging, including patient care, research, sales and marketing. If you are a certified radiologic technologist and you want to find more job and promotion opportunities in health care, this may be the degree for you.
Official nameBachelor of health science in clinical and diagnostic sciences with an emphasis in radiography
CampusUniversity of Missouri
Program typeBachelor's degree
Academic homeSchool of Health Professions | Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences
Delivery mode100% online
AccreditationHigher Learning Commission
Transfer credit hours30
Transfer estimated cost$12,502.10
*This cost is for illustrative purposes only. Your hours and costs will differ, depending on your transfer hours, your course choices and your academic progress. See more about tuition and financial aid.
Teach and serve as a manager in all areas of medical imaging, including:
- Patient care
This program is 100 percent online: no campus visits are required. You may meet your course work requirement with both semester-based and self-paced courses.
Course work covers
- Clinical ethics
- CT physics and procedures
- MRI physics and procedures
- Public health principles and practice
- Radiologic pharmacology
- Sectional anatomy
The length of your program depends on how many credit hours you transfer and whether you study part time or full time.
Typical program lengthVaries
Typical course loadVaries if full time or part time
The University of Missouri is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, one of six regional institutional accreditors in the United States.
Dr. Allen has taught for the radiography program at Mizzou since 2006. Her goals include improving her teaching practice, which also provides her with the skills and abilities to improve the delivery and quality of radiologic sciences education on a more global basis. Her research interests include international collaboration, evidence-based practice, visual information behavior and improving learning.