Bachelor Completion in Imaging Technology (Radiography)

Rad Tech: We See a Bachelor’s Degree in Your Future

Our Bachelor of Science Completion Program in Imaging Technology (Radiography) is designed to build on the knowledge base of ARRT-certified radiologic technologists from associate degree and certificate programs. The program’s focus emphasizes current quality standards and other areas of Modern Healthcare.

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Join us at an upcoming Fall Open House to learn more about our Nursing and Imaging Technology (Radiography) programs, as well as life as an Oak Point University student.

  • Oak Brook Campus, Saturday, November 6  // 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
  • Chicago Campus, Thursday, November 11  //  4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Meet our faculty and staff  //  Tour our state-of-the-art facilities and SIM labs
//  Speak with financial aid counselors  //  Grab some Oak Point swag

Post-Certification Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology (BSIT) program at Oak Point

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Program Outcomes

Upon completion of this program of study, graduates will be able to:

  • Articulate effective modes of communication (both verbal and nonverbal approaches)
  • Engage in collaborative practices with patients, families, communities, and other healthcare providers to improve healthcare delivery methods
  • Analyze nuclear energy and its impact on environmental concerns with a comparison to medical radiation and other forms of energy
  • Integrate attributes and qualities of leadership to enhance their professional roles in a dynamic and challenging healthcare landscape
  • Initiate process improvement plans using innovative approaches

Curriculum

Many indicators point to the increased need for the Radiologic Technologist to possess a higher level of education in order to remain competitive in an ever-changing healthcare environment. The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists now requires further education and competency in all fields of Imaging Technology, and the demand for medical and health services managers is expected to grow 32 percent from 2020 to 2030.[1]

Our program meets the demands of the changing healthcare landscape and prepares our graduates to become the healthcare leaders of the future.

23 Credit Hours total must be completed for residency requirements that comprise:

19 Credit Hours must be completed for Core Courses including:

  • *IMT 304 – Strategic Communication (4 credits)
  • *IMT 307 – Global Impact of Radiant Energy and the Environment (5 credits)
  • *IMT 420 – Teamwork Collaboration in Healthcare (4 credits)
  • *IMT 430 – Strategic Leadership (Capstone Project) (6 credits)
    • Core Courses must be taken in sequence
    • You can be enrolled in no more than one Core Course per semester
    • 15-week duration for Core Courses

4 Credit Hours must be completed for Elective Courses:

    • 7 1/2-week duration for Elective Courses
    • Electives developed for bachelor’s completion curriculum developed through an imaging focused lens

[1] Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Medical and Health Services Managers,
at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/management/medical-and-health-services-managers.htm (visited October 05, 2021).

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