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Baptist College offers working radiologic technologists credentialed by the American Registry of  Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in radiography (ARRT, RT(R)) the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Health Science Degree (BHS) in Medical Imaging Sciences.

A baccalaureate degree can open many career opportunities and expand earning potential, either in clinical areas such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) or Computed Tomography (CT), or non-clinical careers such as sales, applications, management and education.

The BHS degree in Medical Imaging Sciences requires 121 credit hours. An RT(R) with current certification in good standing with the ARRT will be awarded 56 hours block credit toward the degree. An additional 50 hours of general education courses are required. Equivalent courses taken at SACSCOC accredited institutions may be eligible for transfer credit. All students will be required to take 15 hours of professional courses at Baptist College of Health Sciences. Clinical rotations are not required, but can be a part of the program if they are needed to meet your career goals.


  • Committed to Christian values and ethics
  • 56 hours block credit for professional experience
  • Credit from equivalent courses at accredited colleges may transfer
  • Flexible scheduling options, specifically for general education and health studies courses
  • Online courses available
  • Hands-on instruction and small class sizes for personalized attention
  • Courses are held in laboratory environments, where students participate in individual and small group learning activities, as well as in traditional lecture classrooms
  • Diverse student population