Radiologic Technology, Bachelor of Science (Completion)

123 credits


Students who have earned an Associate degree from an accredited institution of higher learning or completed an accredited hospital-based program, are currently registered with the ARRT, and have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or greater are eligible for this program. A minimum of 123 credits is required for a Presentation College Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Technology, including the 14 required credits listed below. Upon the receipt of official transcripts, students will receive a personal degree audit approved and official degree completion plan.

Students who are enrolled in courses that are general education courses required for the degree must earn a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (students are, however, advised that maintaining a minimum GPA is not sufficient to meet the standard for enrollment into the Radiologic Technology Program).Students enrolling into courses that are Radiologic Technology Program major course requirements are required to have a 2.50 cumulative grade point average or higher prior to enrollment in the courses.

Appeal Process

Students may appeal decisions in writing based on admission and progression policies to the Radiology Program Director. The appeal should include a recommendation from the academic advisor and/or course instructor. The final decisions will be decided on by the Radiology Program Appeal Committee and may be approved or denied based on individual circumstances and an evaluation of the request.

Students who appeal and are allowed to provisionally progress must meet with the program director to complete a written contract detailing

  • which requirement was not met
  • the process the student will take to meet the requirement
  • the length of time the student has to meet the minimum requirement

If the student does not meet the minimum requirement in the time allotted in the written contract, the student will be not be allowed to progress in the Radiologic Technology Program. During the provisional time of acceptance, students may be subject to certain clinical and/or academic requirements or limitations. Any student accepted into the under provisional status must meet minimum program acceptance standards within one academic year (two semesters). A formal letter of provisional acceptance stating the terms of the admission to the program will be sent to the student and placed in the student’s official academic file.

Students are required to complete all required courses with a grade of “C” or better in each of the following courses:

Major Requirements (14 crs)

BI162Medical Terminology


RT353Cross-Sectional Anatomy


RT423Physical Principles of CT


RTRT Electives


General Education Requirements

See General Education Requirements


Additional electives to reach 123 credit hours

NOTE: A minimum of 37 credits must be upper-level courses.