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Radiation Sciences: Web-based

In 2003 the Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences established a Baccalaureate degree completion program that is 100% online. The online degree completion program is for persons with clinic experience holding a professional credential in nuclear medicine, radiography, radiation therapy, or sonography. The degree offered is a Bachelor of Science in Radiation Sciences.

All Classes are online to allow the working adult to obtain his/her bachelor degree. The program is set up to be completed in 18 months but students may take classes at their own pace creating their own timeline for graduation.

Interested in the program, click here to more program information. Not sure if you have all the prerequisites to apply?  Click here to start a transcript review.  A detailed list of what is required to apply will be emailed to you within two weeks. 


Our Mission

The Department Empowers Life by:   

  • Educating students to be competent, professional, entry-level practitioners capable of assuming leadership roles in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, or Medical Dosimetry.
  • Educating imaging and therapy professionals through higher education, advanced continuing education and career advancement.
  • Promoting student and graduate participation in scholarly activity and policy development that enhances the educational process, the professions and health care.
  • Promoting student and graduate service opportunities to the University, the community and the professions that contribute to enhancing overall patient care. (Updated 2015-2020)

Program Goals

  • Program Goal: Provide a career ladder for working professionals who are interested in elevating their educational level as well as the educational level of the profession as a whole. The program meets this standard by:
    • Providing a curriculum that meets the standards of the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, the College of Allied Health and the Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences Department for obtaining a baccalaureate degree.
    • Offering curriculum prerequisite options for students of many educational backgrounds such as programmatic accredited programs, non-programmatically accredited programs, associate level programs, certificate programs, etc.
  • Program Goal: Prepare radiation science professionals for leadership roles in such areas as clinic management, teaching, and professional service. The program meets this goal by:
    • Providing coursework that is accessible and meets the time constraints of a working professional.
    • Allowing 2 elective classes that complement and enhance each individual's interests and future goals.
    • Providing a collaborative experience that allows interprofessional exposure to enhance leadership opportunities throughout their career.
  • Program Goal: Provide opportunities for career enhancement. The program meets this goal by:
    • Instilling and strengthening the team approach to healthcare by providing opportunities for interactions between disciplines in the majority of program required classes. Classes that require interaction between disciplines either through discussion, assignments, or feedback loops include MIRS 3193, MIRS 3412, MIRS 3422, MIRS 3432, MIRS 3452, MIRS 3511, MIRS 3802, MIRS 4412, MIRS 4413, MIRS 4422, MIRS 4452, and MIRS 4963. (Refer to section 2 for course descriptions.)
  • Program Goal: Facilitate recruitment of radiation science students. The program meets this goal by:
    • Facilitating recruitment strategies that appeal to a diverse group of students in the radiation imaging and therapy field. Website key word searches are used for all modalities so students searching the program can find it regardless of what specialty is searched. Different testimonials are used on the website from different students to attract all imaging and therapy students. 

(Updated 2015-2020)

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Program Faculty

Contact Information

Office of Academic and Student Services
Phone: (405) 271-6588
Fax: (405) 271-3120

Department of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences
Leslee Smith
Staff Assistant
P.O. Box 26901
Oklahoma City, OK 73190-0901
Phone: (405) 271-6477
Fax: (405) 271-1424