Welcome to the IU Northwest Radiologic Sciences
Radiologic Sciences COVID-19 Information
- WE ARE STILL ADVISING STUDENTS. Contact your advisor by phone or email. Advising is being done virtually (remotely).
- The Radiography Program Reception for May 2020 graduates is postponed. Please check back later for updates.
- Some clinical experiences may be done virtually after the extended spring break. We are in close contact with our clinical partners, and will update students as necessary.
- Although most faculty and staff are working remotely, the Department remains open. Ofice phones and emails are being answered.
- Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unprecedented national emergency.
Within the Department of Radiologic Sciences, interested students can obtain an Associate of Science Degree in Radiography or a Bachelor of Science Degree in Radiologic Sciences. The AS Radiography Program prepares students to be radiographers in the health care environment.
Radiographers are experts in the performance of examinations requiring the use of x-rays and highly complex machinery to produce a quality x-ray image (radiograph) of the internal parts of the body for interpretation by a medical doctor (radiologist).
The BS degree in Radiologic Sciences offers individuals the opportunity to pursue three separate concentrations:
- Clinical concentration for the associate degree radiographer
- Diagnostic medical sonography
- Radiation therapy
The diagnostic medical sonography and radiation therapy programs are open to individuals with either a health professional AS degree background or a non-health professional background.