Why Choose a Bachelor Degree Program?

A Bachelor’s Degree

  • Is a minimum requirement for a supervisor or manager position.
  • Can be used as a stepping stone to obtain a higher level degree such as a MBA, a MD, or a PA.
  • Allows more time to teach program specialty content.
  • Offers a focus on better writing skills which will give the capability to be published; even while still a student. 
  • Provides opportunity to work with national leaders who teach within this department.

Testimonials

“The program gave me an excellent foundation to be successful in the clinic and as a supervisor. The faculty are truly committed to the success of each student and the resources available are outstanding.”
Andrew Martin, MBA/MHA, RT(T), Director of Radiation Oncology, North Colorado Medical Center

"The Nuclear Medicine Technology Program at OUHSC offers a valuable mix of academic instruction and clinical experience. The exposure students receive in clinic is one-of-a-kind, ranging from general nuclear medicine to specialty areas including nuclear cardiology, pediatrics, PET/CT and nuclear pharmacy. Students also benefit from a small class size setting with dedicated professors. Overall, the curriculum at OUHSC offers world-class preparation for a career in nuclear medicine."
R. Womack, 2013 Program Graduate

“The faculty in the program really cared about how well we did and how well we did after graduating. I think this program gave me a head start toward getting a job in MRI straight out of school.”
Jason Delgado, Clinical Applications Analyst: Radiology and Cardiology/PACS Administrator at Norman Regional Health System

“One thing I really enjoyed about the program was the difference from the other available radiography programs in the Tulsa area with the extended exposure to advanced modalities (MRI, CT, Angiography). I think this program gave me a head start toward furthering my education in the medical world, allowing me the opportunity to tackle healthcare from multiple angles.”
Chelsey Bunnell, Current OU ABSN Nursing Student, worked in both hospital setting and private clinic setting in pain management (C-arm manipulation).

“I think this program gave me a head start toward understanding the politics and inner workings of our profession as well as giving me valuable experience to go forth and sit for upper modality registries.“
A. Carter, 2013 Program Graduate

“Even though the course was completely on-line, the faculty were always available either by email or by phone. This is very helpful during projects and papers.”
Amy Brown, BSRT (R)(CT) ARRT, Director of Radiology, Integris Health of Oklahoma City