Keiser University

Imaging Sciences, BS

Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences is a degree completion program for Imaging and Therapy professionals. Applicants must possess an associate degree from an accredited institution and complete the prerequisites and general education credits as required of the baccalaureate degree program of study. Credits may be awarded via transfer of credit, and/or through completion of designated courses within the program of study. Applicants must hold an unrestricted, current, active certification in one of the following primary Imaging or Therapy modalities through a nationally recognized credentialing agency: Radiography (ARRT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMTCB, ARRT), Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS, CCI), or Radiation Therapy (ARRT). The Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences degree develops the technologist’s administrative and/or clinical knowledge, providing the educational foundation for advanced certifications and career growth. Students may choose from concentrations in imaging administration, radiologic technology, diagnostic vascular sonography, or clinical imaging (Miami campus only) depending upon the student’s area of interest and career pathway. The program offers technologists advanced course work toward bachelor’s degree completion and at least partial fulfillment of post-primary certification eligibility requirements. The program curriculum provides foundational courses in current interdisciplinary and administrative aspects of an imaging department. Additionally, the program allows for a more focused study of leadership and of advanced technological or clinical aspects of the imaging sciences through a specific concentration choice.

Program Mission

The mission of the Keiser University Bachelor of Science in Imaging Sciences program is to meet the changing needs of the healthcare community by offering career advancement opportunities to graduates of an accredited associate degree program currently certified in Radiography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, or Radiation Therapy.  The Imaging Sciences program utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to prepare students for upward career mobility in imaging management and/or imaging technology.  

Program Goal