Welcome to North Dakota State University's Radiologic Sciences Homepage.
A baccalaureate degree, major in Radiologic Sciences (RS) at NDSU includes two-three years of academic coursework and a two-year internship within one of NDSU's affiliated hospital programs. All affiliated programs are accredited by the Joint Review Committee for Education in Radiologic Technology. Upon completion of all course requirements, including the internship, students are awarded a Bachelor of Science degree, major in Radiologic Sciences, and are eligible to complete a national certifying exam leading to the registered technologist in radiography, RT(R), credential.
The Radiologic Sciences' program has been graduating baccalaureate prepared, certification-eligible radiologic technologists since the program's approval in 2001. At that time, the RS program was located in the College of Science and Mathematics, Department of Biological Sciences. In January 2006, the program was transferred, along with medical laboratory science and respiratory care , to the College of Pharmacy to officially become the new Department of Allied Sciences. In May 2006, the College changed its name to the College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences to recognize the various healthcare disciplines under its management.
The Department of Allied Sciences' offices are located in Sudro Hall 118U (Program Assistant, Kris Errett), 118T (Academic Advisor, Angeline Walswick), and 118S (Director, Polly Olson).