Anderson University has launched a new Bachelor of Health Sciences in Medical Imaging program. This program will prepare graduates to work in a variety of settings and industries including hospitals, medical imaging centers, outpatient care centers, primary care clinics, mobile imaging, and radiology sales and service.
“This academic degree is a tremendous opportunity for students who have either completed hospital certifications programs in radiology or a related medical imaging fields or those transferring in from two-year degree programs to complete their academic degree is a relative short span of time,” said Dr. Donald Peace, dean of the Anderson University College of Health Professions. “Generous academic credit will be provided to those students for their previous work in their field. Anderson University is excited to offer this opportunity and to assist these healthcare professionals to their next level of academic achievement.”
“For over 70 years AnMed Health has been extremely successful in the hospital-based education of radiologic technologists,” said Susan Merrill, program director for radiologic technology at AnMed Health. “Now, partnered with Anderson University, we will be able to elevate the degree status for previous graduates as well as and incoming students.
A bachelor’s degree will open additional employment opportunities in imaging specialties, radiology education, management and sales. Anderson University is currently the only university in South Carolina to offer a bachelor’s degree with a concentration in medical imaging sciences.
For more information, including how to enroll, visit online.andersonuniversity.edu/undergraduate/medical-imaging
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