Radiologic Technology is changing the way medicine is done

Are you working as a Rad Tech, but want to earn your bachelor’s degree to advance your career? Concordia’s radiologic technology completion program could be right for you! This opportunity allows students who have passed the National AART exam can transfer their previous knowledge and credits into Concordia’s completion program; so you can earn your degree faster. We will match you with an academic advisor to determine how many credits you are able to transfer, and get you started on your journey to growing your career.

Credits120
Cost Per Credit$526
Careers
  • Radiologic Technician
  • Radiologist
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Program Overview

You will complete the Concordia core curriculum and electives, in addition to the credits transferred, to complete your bachelor’s degree in radiologic technology. We encourage you to select a minor that will help you fulfill the total number of credits (126) needed for graduation. You can transfer up to 84 credits and a minimum of 63 credits. This degree can be completed in a year and a half or less! From the very start, we will match you with an academic advisor to determine how many credits you are able to transfer, and get you started on your journey to growing in your career.

We understand that you are a busy working professional. That is why this program provides flexible learning options. Each course lasts 6 or 8 weeks (depending on the given format). You’ll benefit from coursework that is founded on a Christ-centered education.

What to Expect

With this degree, you will be a key part of the health care field by safely creating images needed to check for bone fractures, blocked blood vessels, abnormal growths in breast tissue, brain tumors, and so much more. Upon graduation, you will be ready to find a rewarding career in a variety of settings. Alumni have gone on to work in hospitals, physician's’ offices, medical and diagnostic labs, do research, administration, education, and so much more!

Locations

In addition to our main and online campuses, Concordia has center locations which offer accelerated undergraduate and graduate programs close to where you live and work. The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology - Completion program is available at the following:

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