Radiologic Technology to Master in Health Administration

The Regis College School of Nursing, Science and Health Professions offers a graduate program designed specifically for Radiologic Technologists (RTs). The program is an accelerated graduate degree “Bridge” program whereby the RT with an associate degree engages in an accelerated upward mobility curriculum to earn a master's of science degree.

General Education Requirements: 7 courses (21 credits)

  • 2 Humanities Courses *
  • 1 Statistics Course *
  • 1 Religious Course *
  • 1 Social Science Course *
  • 2 Graduate Health Profession Courses:
       • NU 618 Health Policy
       • Radiology Seminar

*May be transferred from another accredited college/university

Radiologic Science Courses: 4 courses (12 credits)

  • MR 631 Advanced Radiation Protection & Biology
  • MR 632 Advanced Radiation Physics
  • MR 640 Advanced Radiologic Quality Assurance
  • MR 650 Pathology Across Radiology Modalities

Graduate Health Administration Courses: 11 courses (33 credits)

  • NU 710 Informatics
  • HP 601 Health Ethics & the Law
  • HP 602 Issues in Health Administration
  • HP 605 US Health Care Delivery System
  • HP 608 Health Care Quality Management
  • HP 611 Managerial Accounting in Health
  • HP 614 Financial Management in Health Care
  • HP 620 Field Experience in Health Administration
  • MT 604 Human Behavior in Organizations
  • Graduate Elective
  • Graduate Elective
Regis College: Graduate Department