Medical Imaging Sciences FAQs
Have a few questions about the medical imaging sciences degree? Select the question below to unveil the answer.
Are all of the courses offered online?
All of the required General Education course are offered on line, although not every trimester. The courses in the Clinical Leadership Concentration are all available online. The courses in the MRI/CT are not currently offered online, but that may change based on demand.
How much does the program cost?
Baptist Health Sciences University provides one of the best values of any private four-year college in the area. Students who are not residents of Tennessee pay the same tuition rate as residents. A complete list of Fees and Expenses can be found at the Tuition/Fees page.
Will I be able to sit for my CT/MRI ARRT Certification exam after I complete my degree?
In order to sit for the ARRT Computed Tomography or Magnetic Resonance Imaging Exam a technologist must meet the ARRT Clinical Experience Requirements and Structured Education Requirements. The courses offered in CT and MRI at Baptist are accepted by the ARRT for the Structured Education Requirements. If you choose to make clinical experience part of IDC 410 Applied Clinical Research you will have the opportunity to meet the Clinical Experience Requirements.
Can I do my CT/MRI clinical rotation at my job?
While you may complete your clinical experience at your current place of employment, you may not use paid work experience as part of the clinical requirement.