Jun 26, 2019  
Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2008 
    
Undergraduate Bulletin 2006-2008 [Archived Catalog]

Medical Imaging Technology


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Program: Transfer Program
School of Health Sciences

Neff Hall 142 ~ 260-481-6967

An educational program in medical imaging technology is located on the Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis campus. This program is an advanced program for the registered radiographer (ARRT). You may also earn the A.S. in radiography at IPFW (see Radiography) and then transfer to IUPUI to complete the B.S. in medical imaging technology.

A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 for all college courses taken, including remedial courses and courses that do not meet prerequisite requirements, is considered when calculating the minimum cumulative GPA. A minimum GPA of 2.3 for all math, biological, and physical science course work taken, including remedial courses and courses that do not meet prerequisite requirements, is considered when calculating the minimum life and physical science grade-point average: 2.7 for Radiologic Tech courses and 3.0 for clinically related courses are required for admission to the IUPUI program. A written essay and evidence of registration or eligibility for registration in radiography (ARRT) required at time of application. Completion of requirements does not guarantee admission into the program. Competitive grade-point averages are generally higher than the stated minimums. Additional program information may be found at http://msa.iusm.iu.edu/hpp/.

Program Requirements


Physical and Biological Sciences (must have a minimum of 16 total credit hours)

  • Electives in humanities, sociology, or psychology Credits: 3
    (see advisor)
  • Elective in sociology or psychology Credits: 3

Radiography Courses Credits: 40-60


Total Credits: 82


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