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  • Radiologic TechnologyThe Rhode Island Hospital radiologic technology program, in collaboration with Rhode Island College, offers a bachelor of science (BS) degree in medical imaging.

    The BS in medical imaging is a four-year program consisting of two years of general education and cognate courses taken at Rhode Island College followed by a two-year clinical education program at Rhode Island Hospital.

    The radiologic technology clinical education program is a 24-month full-time day program designed to offer both clinical and didactic education in the art of science of radiography. Clinical education takes place at Rhode Island Hospital, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, University Orthopedics and Rhode Island Medical Imaging, offering a balanced education sufficient in quantity and variety of radiographic examinations as well as diversified modern equipment. A select number of students will have access to clinical facilities at The Miriam Hospital. All students will have the opportunity to attend primary rotations in diagnostic imaging as well as rotating through nuclear medicine technology, computed tomography, diagnostic medical sonography, radiation therapy, magnetic resonance imaging, and vascular and interventional radiology for observation.

    A certificate in radiologic technology is offered upon successful completion of the clinical education program. Upon successful completion of the BS in medical imaging, the student is eligible to sit for the national certifying examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).