The Mizzou Radiography Program offers the following options:
The Bachelor of Health Science in Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences with an emphasis in Radiography prepares you to complete the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national examination and become a registered technologist.
This program provides an avenue for registered technologists who have graduated from an associate or hospital-based program to obtain their bachelor’s degree. Classes are offered both on campus and online. Students will graduate with a Bachelor of Health Science in Clinical & Diagnostic Sciences with an emphasis in Radiography.
University of Missouri Radiography certificate programs are designed to provide the necessary knowledge to obtain ARRT credentials through the post-primary pathway in these specialty areas of imaging. All the didactic courses in the program are offered online, so you can conveniently take the courses right where you are, while receiving the personal attention you would receive in a regular classroom.
Prior completion of an ARRT-approved supporting category credential is required to pursue professional certification. In some cases, however, you can earn your supporting category credential through another organization.
The Master of Health Science in Clinical and Diagnostic Science (MHS CDS), emphasis in medical imaging is designed for radiographers who hold a bachelor’s degree and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Radiography credential.