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Medical Imaging, X-ray, or Ultrasound Transfer Track

Why Study Medical Imaging?

There is an ever-increasing need for well-qualified professionals in medical imaging. The Math/Science degree program with a concentration in Medical Imaging/Radiography X-ray or Ultrasound provides students with a strong foundation in how the natural world works. Students complete courses in anatomy and physiology, chemistry, physics and mathematics. In the courses students apply mathematical models and the scientific method to solve concrete problems.

Program Options

Credits: 60 | Time to Completion: 2 years

Curriculum Code: 0648 I Liberal Arts Credits: 30 I Program Credits: 30

People who succeed at medical imaging sciences enjoy working with patients and are comfortable with computers and high-tech equipment.

A medical imaging sciences program educates students in the use of sophisticated equipment and procedures to produce radiographic images (x-rays), computed tomography scans (CTs), and magnetic resonance images (MRIs) and other diagnostic exams.

Course CodeCourseCredits
BI 130Anatomy & Physiology I 4
BI 131Anatomy & Physiology II 4
EN 101Composition 3
EN 102Composition & Literature 3
Humanities Elective OR
Social Science Elective
MA 102Statistics 3
MA 110College Algebra or higher* 4
PY 101General Psychology 3
SO 101Introduction to Sociology 3
Liberal Arts Credits: 30
CE 101College Experience1
GN ELEGeneral Electives 12
BI 112Human Biology I 3
BI 115Human Biology II 3
CH 101General Chemistry I 4
HI 103
HI 104
U.S. History 1492-1865 OR
U.S. History 1865-Present
PX 101College Physics I 4
Program Credits:30
Minimum Credits:60
*Note: MA 110, MA 111, MA 117, MA 122, or
MA 123 may be taken to fulfill this requirement

Careers & Outcomes

Medical Imaging/Radiography X-ray or Ultrasound Concentration can lead to transfer opportunities for further education. Students in this concentration can look forward to career opportunities involving high levels of patient contact, use of interpersonal skills, and many different dynamic environments, like hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, imaging centers and industry. Leadership roles as supervisors, administrators, educators and researchers provide avenues for career development.

Further Educational Opportunities

This program is designed as part of an articulation agreement with SUNY Upstate Medical College and prepares students for transfer.