Saint Louis University

Who is the program for?

Saint Louis University's Master of Science in Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics program is for students with a background in radiologic or therapeutic science who want to pursue a new area of study for educational and research purposes.

How long is the program?

This degree is a 12-month, three semester program with a rigorous curriculum. This degree option combines a collaborative research component with individual areas of imaging and therapeutic sciences.

What does the program encompass?

Students choose to study one of the following:

+ Magnetic Resonance Imaging
+ Nuclear Medicine Technology
+ Radiation Therapy

The program includes a required Masters Seminar course each semester which will contain an advanced scholarly component designed to enhance the content of other courses in their chosen area of study. The Masters Seminar courses are completed under the direction of a scholarly mentor and will result in a scholarly project suitable for publication in a peer reviewed journal, professional presentation, or scholarly equivalent by program completion.

By the end of graduate program, the student will be required to have completed all graduate course credit, including all scholarly projects presented. The professional graduate student will be expected to integrate the knowledge of both chosen medical imaging majors into their project, possibly producing ground-breaking research not previously explored or published and suitable for journal publication.

Students must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in all required graduate professional courses.

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