Transfer Opportunity to IUPUI
Student Success Center
College of Health and Human Services
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At IPFW you may complete all but 32 credit hours toward the Bachelor of Science in medical imaging technology. You must apply and be admitted to the Medical Imaging Technology Program at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) to complete the degree. Completion of IPFW course work does not guarantee admission to the IUPUI program. Graduates receive their degree from the IU School of Medicine.
Overview - www.iupui.edu/~bulletin/iupui/2010-2012/schools/medicine/undergraduate/medical-imaging/index.shtml.
Prerequisite Courses – Prior to entering IUPUI’s Medical Imaging Technology Program, the student must complete the minimum prerequisites, including an Associate of Science in radiography or its equivalent. These prerequisites may be completed at IPFW. Students should consult with an IPFW allied health sciences advisor for appropriate courses and semester sequencing.
Radiography - Students who earn an Associate of Science in radiography through IPFW will graduate with 60 credit hours in radiography. IUPUI allows entry to the medical imaging technology program with a minimum of 40 college credit hours in radiography.
Suggested Electives– Students must earn a total of 15 credit hours in physical and biological sciences. To complete a minimum of 122 credit hours of academic work for graduation, additional electives may be required.
IUPUI Admission Requirements
Class Size - Based on the availability of clinical education sites for each major area.
Criteria Used for Selection of Class - Evidence of registration by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), cumulative GPA weighted 40%, radiologic technology GPA weighted 20%, clinical radiologic technology GPA weighted 20%, science/math GPA weighted 20%.
Application Deadline - November 15 of the year prior to desired entry.
Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average - 2.8 on a 4.0 scale at the time of application. Grades from all college courses taken, including remedial courses and courses that do not meet prerequisite requirements, are considered when calculating the minimum cumulative grade point average.
Minimum Specific Grade Point Average – 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for all radiologic technology course work. 2.5 on a 4.0 scale for all physical and biological sciences.
Minimum Grade Requirement in a Stated Prerequisite Course - C (2.0 on a 4.0 scale)
Technical Standards - See IUPUI Health Professions Programs policy.
Interview - An interview is not required.
The details of your prerequisite course work should be discussed with an IPFW allied health sciences advisor. You are also encouraged to consult with an advisor at the IUPUI campus to discuss the degree by calling (317)278-4752 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The most current program information is found at http://msa.iusm.iu.edu/hpp/.
For a complete listing of the IU Course Equivalency Grid see medicine.iu.edu/hpp/index.php/download_file/view/198/106/.
For a complete listing of the Non-IU Course Equivalency Grid see medicine.iu.edu/hpp/index.php/download_file/view/199/106/.