100% OnlineImaging Science, B.S.

Program Overview

Ready to take your medical imaging career to the next level? Look no further than Bluefield State University’s Bachelor of Science in Imaging Science program. Designed specifically for working imaging professionals, our online program provides opportunities to expand your knowledge and skills beyond the technical level, with advanced courses in patient assessment, management, and education, legal and ethical issues, image quality, and research in Imaging Science.

With a focus on career advancement, our program prepares graduates for potential careers as chief technologists, supervising technologists, department managers, and instructors in medical imaging programs. And with our articulation agreement with Chattanooga State Community College, you can even earn advanced certification in Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mammography, and Computed Tomography.

Whether you have an A.S. in Radiologic Technology or Imaging Modality, or are coming from a related field such as Respiratory Therapy, Physical Therapy Assistant, Occupational Therapy Assistant, Nurse, or Medical Assistant, our program offers a clear pathway to a brighter future in the medical imaging profession.

Real World Success
Imaging Technologist

Our graduates can expect to earn a median annual wage of around $69,380 per year.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Radiologic Technology (35 credit hours) plus general education courses and all required courses for the B.S. Imaging Science.
  • All students must meet the general education requirements for Bluefield State University.
  • Graduates of other programs than Bluefield State University may be required to take additional hours to meet the 120 credit hour baccalaureate requirement and/or to meet the general education requirements.

What You Need to Graduate

  • Completed general studies curriculum
  • 18 credits in IMAG courses
  • Aggregate 2.0 GPA in all courses

Available Concentrations

Computed Tomography



*Face to face requirements

Nuclear Medicine

Magnetic Resonance Imaging