Radiographers provide patient services using a variety of imaging machines. In addition to conventional X-ray procedures, radiographers also work with computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cardiac- and vascular-interventional radiography and quality control.
The University of Missouri’s Radiologic Science program is the only baccalaureate level program at a public institution of higher education in Missouri. Students will spend 2 years in the pre-professional phase of the program, working to complete pre-requisites requirements, and then spend 2 years in the professional phase of the program. Upon completion of the program, students will earn a Bachelor of Health Science in Radiologic Science.