Post-Baccalaureate Certificates – dev
For those who already hold a bachelor’s degree, Georgia Southern University’s Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences offers two certificates to enhance your healthcare education and experience.
The post-baccalaureate certificate programs include both didactic classwork and a clinical education component, which must be completed at an accredited healthcare organization. All clinical education courses can be conducted at sites close to where the students live, however, students who are outside of Savannah will be responsible for identifying potential clinical education sites in their area.
The Advanced Imaging certificate emphasizes a deeper study and practice with the imaging modalities used in radiologic sciences. You can customize your coursework to focus on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), mammography or cardiovascular interventional radiology.
Students interested in an undergraduate degree leading to initial certification may be interested in a Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Sciences with a concentration in radiography or sonography.
The Nuclear Medicine certificate builds on an introduction to the theory and principles involved in nuclear medicine imaging and diagnosis. You’ll explore the production, use and regulations associated with radiopharmaceuticals, as well as the recent advances in nuclear medicine technology.
Students interested in pursuing an undergraduate degree related to administering radiation treatments may be interested in a Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Sciences with a concentration in radiation therapy or nuclear medicine.
Contact the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences for More Information
Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences
Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus
Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences Dept #4901
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419
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Last updated: 5/26/2020