Master of Science in Bioimaging

The Master of Science Program in Bioimaging is designed to train individuals to fill a rapidly growing need for skilled experts in imaging and allied science and technology.
In the Bioimaging program you will benefit from hands-on experience with CT, PET, SPECT, 1.5, 3.0 and 11.7 T MRI, US, and TMS, which will ultimately qualify you for positions in the healthcare and biomedical instrumentation industries, academia, and in a wide variety of private and government research centers. To satisfy the demand for the field’s broad exposure to imaging modalities, we provide students with a choice between two tracks to obtaining their degree.
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These include two 36 credit one-year degree options:

Each path provides a broad background in basic and advanced sub-disciplines of imaging and anatomy, embodying the latest advances in imaging technologies, neurosciences, and robotics. The two one-year tracks differ in their goals for the preparation of individuals entering the field.

The Clinical Path provides students with the didactic education and ethics animated-gifrequirements necessary to sit for the ARRT advanced certification exam. This certification allows an individual to enter the bioimaging field as a Registered Technologist.

The Research Path provides students with a research-based focus, culminating in a thesis project that preparing the individual for entry into the broader fields of academia and industry.

Visit us the these upcoming Grad Fairs:

October 8 – Texas A&M University

October 14 – Georgia State University

October 9 – UC San Diego

October 16 – University of Georgia

October 12 – UC Davis Pre-Medical

October 17 – Chicago Graduate & Professional School Fair

October 17 – Pennsylvania State