BSIT – Post Licensure – The Saint Francis School of Radiography

Radiography – BSIT Post-Licensure Program Admission Criteria

SFSOR is one of the only schools that offer two tracks that lead to the Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology (BSIT) degree. While the Pre-Licensure track is geared toward those who wish to become licensed radiologic technologists, our newest Post-Licensure track is a bachelor’s completion program designed to build on the knowledge base of the ARRT licensed radiologic technologist from associate degree and certificate programs. The Post-Licensure focus will emphasize current quality standards and other areas of modern healthcare.

For the Post-Licensure program, ResU will grant a bank of 51 semester hours for previous radiography education earned. We highly recommend completing a transcript evaluation prior to applying in order to understand the classes that would transfer and the classes still needed. I need a transcript evaluation!

 


BSIT Post-Licensure Admission Criteria

  • A cumulative, undergraduate college grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale
  • Must have a current and unencumbered ARRT License
  • Must be in good standing with all prior colleges and universities attended

BSIT Post-Licensure Application Requirements

  • Submit an online application and fee ($50 nonrefundable)
  • Submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
  • Submit a two-page personal statement detailing the reasons you wish to pursue the degree and how you feel the degree will enhance your career
  • Submit a copy of your ARRT License

Start Terms and Application Deadlines

The BSIT Post-Licensure program starts in the fall semester each year.

  • Fall application deadline is July 15 or until all seats are filled.

Next Steps

Are you ready for more detailed information about the BSIT Post-Licensure program? Please fill out our Inquiry Form to create your own personal view book. Your view book allows you to:

  • Learn more detailed information about the BSIT program
  • Set up an appointment with an admissions counselor
  • Start the application process
  • Fill out an application
  • Register for upcoming ResU events
  • Explore different financial aid options