The associate in science (AS) in radiography prepare you with the knowledge and experiences to become a successful entry-level radiography practitioner.
Radiographers are highly skilled professionals qualified to work with X-rays, computed tomography, ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and mammography technologies, and many others. You will be prepared for jobs in hospitals, physicians' offices, emergency rooms, surgery centers, laboratories, diagnostic imaging centers, and outpatient care centers.
Our program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). As a graduate, you would be eligible to apply for the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
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Methods of Delivery
This program can be taken as a blend of on-site courses on Ball State's main campus in Muncie, Indiana, and online courses. It cannot be taken 100 percent online.
Please note that there is an on-site clinical phase at Methodist Hospital (a Clarian Health facility) in Indianapolis.
Alyce Fly, Chair of the Department of Nutrition and Health Science and Professor of Nutrition and Health Science
Department of Nutrition and Health Science
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Course Requirements and How to Apply
To learn more about this program and how to apply, go to the associate in science in radiography section of the Department of Nutrition and Health Science website. Please note that admission to Ball State does not guarantee acceptance into the clinical phase of this program. The application process is competitive and only the top-scoring applicants are allowed into the clinical phase.