The University of Findlay has added an Online Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences (MSRS) degree to its graduate school offerings.
Courses, offered entirely online, will begin in Spring 2021. The new program is designed to be completed in two years or less.
The program features advanced training in the fields of positron emission tomography (PET), computed tomography (CT), and magnetic resonance (MR). It includes 10 core courses in diagnostic imaging and two elective courses in healthcare management, including a total of 16 credit hours of clinical training in PET, CT, and MR.
“Unlike most MSRS degrees, University of Findlay’s Radiologic Sciences Program meets all didactic and clinical requirements for national certification in these imaging professions,” Eric Hertenstein, director of the MSRS program, said.
To be considered for admission into the program, candidates must be certified in nuclear medicine through the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) or the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) prior to admittance into this program. Other admission requirements apply.
A University of Findlay Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences degree will prepare graduates for tackling multi-faceted challenges within the field of healthcare imaging. Graduates of the program will leave Findlay as highly skilled and knowledgeable multi-modality imaging professionals who provide quality patient care.
Learn more about the program at the Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences webpage.