The Department of Allied Sciences in the College of Health Professions offers three undergraduate majors leading to a Bachelor of Science degree: Medical Laboratory Science, Radiologic Sciences, and Respiratory Care.
We prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and professional traits necessary to become competent, compassionate, and contributing professionals in their career choice.
The Allied Sciences Department at NDSU and our affiliated hospital programs offer a curriculum to promote critical thinking and independent thinking, with behavior guided by ethical and professional values. The program prepares you for lifelong learning and leadership in your profession.
Visit links below to learn more about each program:
- Medical Laboratory Science (MLS)
- Radiologic Sciences (RS) with three specializations
- Diagnostic medical sonography
- Respiratory Care (RC)
When exploring these career options, you will meet with an Allied Sciences academic advisor to create a suitable plan of study to successfully complete degree requirements.