M.S. in Radiologic Sciences
The Master of Science program in Radiologic Sciences provides you with the knowledge and skills essential for your professional advancement through many positions in healthcare and higher education. The interdisciplinary perspective and cross-functional design of the program prepares you to be successful in tackling multifaceted challenges amidst increased expectations and constrained resources in imaging services or higher education.
The program offers three tracks leading to the Master of Science degree.
- Five-Semester Track in Administrative Leadership
- Five-Semester Track in Educational Leadership
- Five-Semester Track in Medical Imaging Informatics
The emerging healthcare environment has created pressures that have heightened the need for innovative and dynamic leadership. There is an urgent need for individuals who embody effective and compassionate care in a cost-efficient and integrated healthcare system. Further, there is a shortage of qualified educators to fill many job positions in the radiologic sciences profession; the situation is expected to escalate in the next decade as vacancy rates increase due to attrition, retirement, industry growth and limited numbers of academic programs. Thus, this leadership program is intended to enhance your knowledge, expand your critical thinking skills, and strategically position you for a leadership position in health care and academic environment.
William Undie, Ed.D.
Associate Graduate Program Director
Kevin Clark, Ed.D.
Aziz Benamar, M.B.A., R.T.
Director, Clinical Operations
Division of Diagnostic Imaging
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All programs in SHP are regionally accredited through:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS)
1866 Southern Ln.
Decatur, GA 30033-4097
Outcome Measures-Effectiveness Data
|Year||Completion Rate||Number of Students|
|2018||80%||25 admitted; 20 graduated|
|2019||80%||10 admitted; 8 graduated|
|2020||87%||15 admitted; 13 graduated|
|2021||93%||15 admitted; 14 graduated|
|2022||83%||12 admitted; 10 graduated|
5-Year Average 84% (65 of 77)
Dr. William Undie
School of Health Professions