Master of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (MS)

School of Medical Imaging and Therapeutics

Location: Online
Start Term: Fall, Spring, Summer

Build on your bachelor’s degree and registered technologist’s experience to pursue new roles in research, education, or leadership.

Go Further in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

Our 30-credit, all-online master’s program is specifically designed for any registered technologist who holds a bachelor’s degree. Within the program, you can choose between two nine-credit tracks—Teaching and Learning Leadership or Administrative Leadership—and you can take your courses in any order that fits your schedule. Because this is the only program of its kind in the northeast U.S., your degree will give you a distinct advantage in the next stages of your career. Upon graduation, you will be well positioned to ascend to higher roles in research, leadership, or education within radiologic and imaging sciences. The program starts in fall, spring, and summer.

Your 30-Credit Journey

Because our all-online program has no prerequisites, you can customize your schedule by enrolling in any course in any order.

Thematically, your coursework will be grouped into three areas:

  • Core (15 credits)—These courses cover diversity, cultural competencies, leadership, communication, research practices, professional trends, and a practicum.
  • Research (6 credits)—These courses cover applied research methodologies.
  • Concentration (9 credits)—These courses cover your chosen area of concentration, either Teaching and Learning Leadership or Administrative Leadership.

MCPHS is a Strategic Hub for Imaging Sciences

Your professors—and your classmates—are dedicated to achieving evidence-based breakthroughs that improve patient outcomes.

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MCPHS Professor Helps Restructure Nationwide Curriculum

After creating a cutting-edge nuclear medicine technology curriculum for MCPHS, faculty member David Gilmore, EdD, CNMT, NCT, RT(R)(N), FSNMMI-TS worked with a nation-wide team to implement the MCPHS innovations throughout the country.

Other MCPHS Graduate Programs in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

At MCPHS, we also offer an online graduate program for any registered technologist who holds an associate’s degree.

AS to MS in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (online)

A 52-credit program offered entirely online.