Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences
Waters College of Health Professions

Radiologic Sciences: Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program

This certificate is designed for students who have completed a Baccalaureate degree in radiologic sciences, radiologic technology, or an approved health professions-related degree and are seeking certification in magnetic resonance (MRI), computed tomography (CT), mammography or nuclear medicine. Students MUST be registered (certified) in radiography, nuclear medicine or sonography to apply to these programs. There are two options available to students:

Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Advanced Imaging (online) — 18 credit hours

The program includes both didactic classwork, which is fully online, 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.

  • RADS 4175 — Advanced Clinical Education
  • RADS 4176 — Specialized Clinical Education
  • RADS 4410 — Cross Sectional Anatomy
  • RDSC 4100 — Advanced Imaging Modalities

Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Nuclear Medicine — 29 credit hours

  • RADS 3501 — Principles and Practice of Nuclear Medicine I
  • RADS 3502 — Principles and Practice of Nuclear Medicine II
  • RADS 3520 — Radiopharmacy and Radiochemistry
  • RADS 3503 — Principles and Practice of Nuclear Medicine III
  • RADS 4540 — Nuclear Medicine Physics
  • RADS 4571 — Nuclear Medicine Practicum I
  • RADS 4572 — Nuclear Medicine Practicum II
  • RADS 4573 — Advances in Nuclear Medicine
  • RADS 4574 — Nuclear Medicine Inquiry​

Students interested in a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate Program should apply using the online application to the Radiologic Sciences program.

For all Online Programs:

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Last updated: 3/16/2020

Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus 

Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences Dept # 4901
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419