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The B.S. serves students who hold Certification in Radiography (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine (ARRT or NMTCB), Sonography (ARRT or ARDMS) or Radiation Therapy (ARRT).  The degree will provide these students with an option to expand their knowledge in the non-clinical aspects of medical imaging while earning a Bachelor’s degree. Graduates will improve their long-term career prospects.

The B.S.M.I.T. is a 2 + 2 degree, articulating with A.A.S. degrees granted by Ivy Tech and other two-year institutions. Students may apply up to 60 credits from their Ivy Tech A.A.S. degrees to the B.S.M.I.T. degree. Students in the program are required to complete approximately 60 Indiana University credits: including approximately 30 credit hours of general education, 18 hours in the B.S.M.I.T. Core, and 12 hours in a specialty track (Health Management, Radiologic Sciences Education, or Informatics/Health Information Administration).

Students will be able to apply as many as 77 credit hours earned in an Indiana University A.S. in Radiography towards the IU online B.S.M.I.T.

This is a joint degree to be offered by the four IU campuses with established on-campus medical imaging technology programs. The joint degree format permits the campuses to share faculty resources and thereby provide educational opportunities to students in their regions that those students might not otherwise have. Students may take B.S.M.I.T. courses from any of the four campuses and have those courses apply to their degree requirements at their home campus.


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