Our bulletin board includes information on textbooks, modules, the blood borne pathogen packet, licensing and your specific program.
The School of Radiologic Sciences combines classroom instruction and clinical practice taught by highly motivated, nationally recognized faculty. Students gain the knowledge and skills needed to work in clinical settings, move up the career ladder and pursue advanced radiography certification. The following pages include resources to help you in your program.
As a radiologic sciences student, you have the opportunity to participate in a study abroad trip to China, where you'll learn about the country’s healthcare system and cultures. Previous visits saw stops in Beijing, Shanghai, Jiamusi, Hong Kong and Xi’an.
Move up the career ladder with a degree in radiologic sciences. Visit this page for links to career opportunities.
WSU’s Honors Program offers you small, challenging and creative courses, as well as opportunities for leadership and social interaction. An “Honors” designation on your transcript and diploma makes you more attractive to employers, graduate schools and professional programs.
Costs & Scholarships
WSU provides more than $6 million in scholarships every year. Scholarships are awarded for academic achievement, financial need and other criteria.