Bachelor Completion in Imaging Technology (Radiography)

Rad Techs Guide to Getting In

Your Path to a BSIT at Oak Point

Your time is now. You deserve the career you have always wanted.

Our Bachelor Completion in Imaging Technology is designed to build on the knowledge base of the ARRT-certified radiologic technologist from associate degree and certificate programs.

Follow the guidance on this page and reach out to us with questions. You’ll be on your way to the career of your dreams . . . from this point forward.

Admission Criteria

An applicant will be considered for admission into the Bachelor Completion in Imaging Technology if the following criteria are met:

  1. Earned a minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale
  2. Must have a current and unencumbered ARRT registration
  3. Must be in good standing with all prior colleges and universities attended

Gen Ed + Imaging PreReqs

Oak Point grants current radiologic technologists a bank of up to 53 semester hours for previous radiography education credits earned. Commensurate with your academic history, college-level credits will be applied to your degree plan.

Evaluating Your Transfer Credits

Option 1: Work with Your Admissions Advisor

Work with your Enrollment Advisor to review your unofficial transcript of contact Admissions.

Options 2: Use Our Transfer Evaluation System

Our Transfer Evaluation System (TES) helps guide prospective students on how classes at their current or former schools may transfer to Oak Point University.

BSIT PreReqs

Bachelor of science in imaging technology (radiography) completion program alum and faulty member Anna Garcia

47.5 Credit Hours

Registered Radiography Technologist Courses Transfer Courses

IMT 315  //  Radiographic Procedures I  //  4.5 Credit Hours

IMT 321  //  Principles of Radiographic Exposure I  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 324  //  Radiographic Cross-Sectional Anatomy  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 325  //  Radiographic Procedures II  //  4.5 Credit Hours

IMT 322  //  Radiographic Image Processing  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 331  //  Principles of Radiographic Exposure II  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 335  //  Radiographic Procedures III  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 412  //  Radiographic Imaging  //  2 Credit Hours

IMT 414  //  Radiographic Physics  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 415  //  Radiographic Procedures IV  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 422  //  Introduction to Radiographic Quality Assurance  //  2 Credit Hours

IMT 423  //  Image Presentation II  //  2 Credit Hours

IMT 424  //  Radiation Biology  //  2.5 Credit Hours

IMT 425  //  Radiographic Procedures V  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 312  //  Principles of Radiation  //  3 Credit Hours

IMT 313  //  Ethical, Legal, and Physical Methods of Patient Care for Radiographers  //  3 Credit Hours

Total Awarded Credit Hours  //  47.5

46 Credit Hours

Required General Education

English/Communications  //  9 Credit Hours

Social and Behavioral Science //  3 Credit Hours

Speech/Interpersonal Communications  //  3 Credit Hours

Humanities or Fine Arts  //  9 Credit Hours

*Physical Life Sciences  //  7 Credit Hours

General Electives  //  9 Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours  //  46

*Only one lab is required between the physical science and life science requirements.

7 Credit Hours

Imaging Support

Human Anatomy and Physiology I (with lab)   //  4 Credit Hours

Medical Terminology  //  3 Credit Hours

Total Credit Hours  //  7

*Please note that the college algebra/math course must have been completed no more than five years before your intended semester of enrollment.


  1. Submit your online application
  2. Pay your application fee
  3. Submit your official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended
  4. Submit a copy of your ARRT registration


Congrats! You got in! Now what?

Your student file must be completed before classes start. This includes:

  1. Pay your enrollment fee

By the Numbers

Yep. You Belong Here!


Get Ready

Nothing worthwhile is without effort—this is what you were meant to do!



Attention to detail is the name of the game, and good practice.



It’s the home stretch to an exciting new career.

From This Point Forward, You Own Your Future