Prepares you for a career as a radiologic technologist or radiographer. More than 80% of WSU students who complete our associate’s degree go on to earn a bachelor’s degree in advanced radiologic sciences.
Degrees & Programs
Celebrating 50 years in 2016, the School of Radiologic Sciences combines classroom instruction with clinical practice taught by highly motivated and nationally recognized faculty.
Associate of Applied Science
Bachelor of Science
Prepares you for a career in a specialized radiologic sciences field.
Complete your associate’s degree in our radiologic technology program or become certified as a radiologic technologist before pursuing one of our bachelor’s degrees. We also offer those who have certification in a radiologic sciences modality the opportunity to receive credit and complete a bachelor’s degree.
Masters of Science
Provides an opportunity for technologists with a bachelor's degree to shift into the educational and research arena, while providing information on advanced clinical practice.
Limited Practical Technologist
Prepares you for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Limited Scope Examination and credentialing for limited practice in Utah.
Medical Education & Training Campus (METC)
Weber State University’s Ezekiel R. Dumke College of Health Professions has partnered with the Medical Education & Training Campus (METC) at Joint Base San Antonio to establish a degree bridging program to assist service members who want to earn their degrees in healthcare disciplines.
Banner Health Practical Technologist in Radiography (PTR)
Weber State University’s School of Radiological Sciences has become a premier partner with Banner Health, one of the largest nonprofit healthcare systems in the country. This alliance is aimed to provide working individuals with a career ladder opportunity leading to a certification as a Limited Practical Technologist in Radiography (PTR).