The MSRS Program features three majors: Administration, Education and Radiologist Assistant. The MSRS Program was the first discipline-specific Master of Science in Radiologic Science degree in the United States, and has offered graduate education since 1995.
The mission of the MSRS program is to prepare students to be leaders in the areas of education, administration, and advanced clinical practice in the radiologic sciences. Students are prepared to pursue education in addition to the MSRS Program and develop professionalism through advanced scholarly productivity.
The program features a discipline-specific holistic approach to graduate education and is offered in a hybrid distance learning format. The unique curriculum design permits working professionals, regardless of their location, to complete the degree with minimal on-campus requirements while preserving the benefits of face-to-face contact with fellow graduate students. Students benefit from the diverse experiences of their colleagues. Over sixty students are enrolled in the program from all over the United States and several foreign countries.
Competitive scholarships may be available to qualified applicants and for students in Academic Common Market states there is an established mechanism to waive of out-of-state tuition fees.
Graduate Coordinator: Dr. Kevin Clark