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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Radiologic Technology, B.S.R.T.

Requirements for the Major in Radiologic Technology - 120 semester hours

The Radiologic Sciences entry-level BSRT Program prepares students for careers as radiographers.  Upon completion of all program requirements, students are prepared to take the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).  Additionally, graduates may be eligible for certification by the state of Texas as Medical Radiologic Technologists.

The BSRT Program in Radiologic Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).  The mission of the BSRT Program is to provide procedures to prepare qualified imaging technologists who will ethically respond to the needs of patients with technical competence and compassion, and to assume a vital professional role as a medical team member.  The learning outcomes of the BSRT Program are that BSRT students will:

  1. Be adequately prepared to enter the profession in a culturally diverse society.
  2. Develop independent and critical thinking skills.
  3. Pursue education beyond the entry level BSRT Program.
  4. Develop professionalism through entry-level radiography clinical competence.

Admission Criteria for the BSRT Program

  1. Be eligible for admission to Midwestern State University.
  2. Complete the online BSRT Program application on the department website at
  3. Complete the HESI entrance examination no later than August 30th of the application year.
  4. Complete a background check to include all international addresses as well as U.S.
  5. Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or greater or all college-level work and be in good academic standing.
  6. Complete BIOL 1134  and BIOL 1234  with grades of C or better.
  7. Complete all remediation requirements.
  8. Interview with Radiologic Sciences faculty and designated field experts.
  9. Have reliable internet access (high speed recommended) and a working email address.

Admission Procedures for the BSRT Program

The professional phase of the BSRT program begins in the spring semester.  Applications for admission are accepted July 1 through August 31.  Because of the limited availability of clinical sites, admission to the BSRT program is competitive, and qualified applicants are accepted only until the class is full.  No applications will be accepted after August 31.  Applicants are rank-ordered according to a formula based on, but not limited to, several criteria such as core course completion, grade point average, and previous experiences in medical environments.

For additional information on application procedures and admission requirements, visit the department website at

Progression Policy for the BSRT Program

  1. All professional progression (RADS) courses must be taken in the sequence prescribed.
  2. Students must earn a C (2.0) or above in all professional progression courses.
  3. Courses that have the “P” designation require passing grades of 75 or better.
  4. Failure to attain a minimum grade of C in any professional course will prevent students from progressing in the program until the course(s) can be repeated.  Each failed course can be repeated only once.  Students who fail any professional course must reapply to the program.  Students who fail more than one professional course or the same course more than once will be prevented from completing the program.
  5. Students must provide documentation of:
    1. Program-approved student liability insurance
    2. Compliance with state mandated immunizations
    3. Health insurance
    4. CPR certification - Healthcare Provider (2 year certification for child and adult)
    5. Drug screening with no illegal substances

Academic Foundations and Core Curriculum - 42 semester hours

(See Academic Foundations and Core Curriculum - 42 semester hours )

Curriculum Requirements for BSRT Program:


P - Courses marked with a “P” are professional progression courses and require passing grades of 75 or better.