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Graduate Radiologic and Imaging Sciences

As a registered technologist in the field of radiologic and imaging sciences, you are specially trained in various medical, technical, or computerized equipment to perform diagnostic and therapeutic medical imaging. You are a critical means of support to physicians who evaluate the imaging and to patients who undergo such scans or treatments. You may even have chosen an area of focus in the field of radiologic and imaging sciences: Computed Tomography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiation Therapy, and Radiography. Now, you may be looking for the next step to launch your career growth.

Why Choose a Master of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences at MCPHS?

Career Advancement Opportunities

As the field of radiologic and imaging sciences continues to expand, graduate degrees are becoming more common and advantageous to technologists who want to pursue roles in research, leadership, or education. A master's degree in radiologic and imaging sciences gives technologists a competitive edge and deeper knowledge base within their field, and ultimately opens up opportunities for career growth.

Unique Offering

The direct-entry Master of Science in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences program at MCPHS is the only master's program of its kind in the entire northeast. Likewise, the bridge program is the only AS to MS pathway program in the United States for the field of radiologic and imaging sciences.

Flexible Curriculum

Offered online, the radiologic and imaging sciences master's programs at MCPHS are designed to accommodate every student's schedule. Aside from the core courses in the bridge program, there are no prerequisites, so students can enroll in any course in any order they choose.