Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapeutics
There are three undergraduate programs within the Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapeutics Department. Please use the left links to view information regarding admissions, student organizations and much more about each program. For program specific information, please visit the program's site by clicking below or to the left.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a medical imaging specialty used to visualize detailed internal structures within the human body. For more information about the MRI program, click here.
Nuclear Medicine Technology is a medical specialty that uses safe, painless and cost effective techniques to image the body and treat disease. Nuclear medicine imaging is unique in that it documents organ function and structure, in contrast to diagnostic radiology, which is based on anatomy. For more information about the Nuclear Medicine Technology program, click here .
Radiation Therapy is a field in which the Radiation Therapist prepares and treat already diagnosed cancer patients with high energy radiation using highly specialized equipment. For more information about the Radiation Therapy Program, click here.
The department is pleased to announce the new Master of Science in Molecular Imaging and Therapeutics degree. For more information, click here.
For all of our programs, we recommend shadowing a professional. For more information, please contact us at (314) 977-8526.