Freshman Admission Requirements
Transfer Admission Requirements
Recommended high school curriculum:
4 years of English
2 years of Social Sciences
3 years of Mathematics
2 years of foreign Languages
2 years of Natural Sciences
3 years of academic electives
High school natural sciences courses in biology and chemistry are required for admission
All applicants must:
Meet with the department for transcript evaluation
Complete a job shadow (arranged through dept.)
Must meet professional performance standards
Must meet technical standards
Complete drug screen
Complete criminal background check
To see if your classes transfer please view the
Transfer articulation web page.
International Admission Requirements:
All international applicants are required to demonstrate their English proficiency, which can be done by submitting any one of the following:
550 on the paper-based TOEFL (PBT)
80 on the internet-based TOEFL (IBT)
6.5 on the IELTS
54 on the PTE
600 on the Critical reading portion of the SAT
25 on the English portion of the ACT
Successful completion of a college-level English class at a U.S. college or university (not an ESL class)
International Admissions Page
**All International graduate applicants please review specific MIT admission requirements**
Current SLU Students
- Must have a Bachelor of Science degree in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Technology or Radiation Therapy, preferably with coursework equivalent to the pre-physician assistant or pre-medicine curricular tracks.
- GPA of at least 3.0/4.0
- Minimum of B in all discipline specific courses in the undergraduate degree.
- Existing standard SLU admissions requirements for MIRT programs
- Must pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist or Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification
Other post-baccalaureate students
- Students must be board certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology or equivalent in another imaging/radiologic science discipline, or be registered within 6 months of their undergraduate program completion.
- Students must possess a Bachelor of Science degree in an imagine/radiologic science discipline.
- Students must have taken the necessary prerequisites (or appropriate equivalent) of the Masters of Science degree in Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics.
- It is recommended that students have taken a statistics course in the last five years.
- Students must take the Graduate Records Examination