Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging, Interventional Radiology Concentration

Program Description

Registered and registry-eligible technologists in Radiography (RT(R)) are candidates for the Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Imaging with Interventional Radiology (IR) concentration. The IR curriculum, which commences each September and continues for a full calendar year, requires a full-time commitment. Given successful completion of all IR components and all general education core requirements, students may complete the entire program in as little as 12 months.

Clinical rotations and many of the IR didactic courses take place at Regis College clinical affiliates, including the Massachusetts General Hospital and Tufts Medical Center. Students are responsible for arranging transportation to and from clinical affiliates as needed.


Medical Imaging Courses


  • Radiography Certification: ARRT (R) 55 credits
  • Anatomy & Physiology: 4-8 credits
  • Writing: 3-6 credits (two sections required for graduation)

General Education Core Requirements

  • Ethics
  • Expressive Arts
  • History
  • Literature
  • Philosophy
  • Religion
  • Statistics
  • Social Sciences (2 needed)
  • Natural Sciences (2 needed within 2 different disciplines- A&P will satisfy 1 of the 2 requirements)

Interventional Radiology and Medical Imaging Requirements

  • MI 305: Interventional Radiology I
  • MI 306: Interventional Radiology II
  • MI 307: Interventional Radiology III
  • MI 330: Radiation Protection & Biology (Accepted/Transferred from Radiography Program)
  • MI 350: Clinical IR Internship I
  • MI 351: Clinical IR Internship II
  • MI 352: Clinical IR Internship III
  • MI 470: Cross Sectional Imaging
  • MI 476: Medical Imaging Seminar
  • MI 477: Research Methods
  • Capstone


Upcoming Course Schedules

Contact Clinical Coordinator, Erin Beloin


Faculty Bios


Regis College: Graduate Department