For admission into the Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging program, certificate and degree applicants must meet the general college admission requirements found in the Catalog and also submit:

  • An official transcript from an accredited program showing an earned associate degree or equivalent diploma in a primary imaging science discipline, with a preferred cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above.
  • Current, active registry or registry eligible status with the ARRT.
  • Two professional letters of reference on the College form, one from a current supervisor or imaging faculty member.

Bachelor of Science applicants holding a hospital-based diploma certification must show evidence of 15 semester credit hours of 100-200 level General Education coursework in the following categories, with at least one course per each category:

  • English
  • Social/Behavioral Sciences
  • Humanities/Fine Arts
  • Natural Science/Mathematics

Should the applicant lack any of these General Education courses, the courses may be completed:

  • at Cabarrus College as a non-degree student;
  • at another institution prior to entering Cabarrus College; or,
  • partially at another institution and the rest completed at Cabarrus College.

“The education I received at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences added value to both my personal and professional life. The assertive instruction by qualified staff and the independence given to me within my studies allowed me to be a competent medical imaging technologist. I really enjoyed the combination of both face-to-face and online courses. Moreso, “I was able to find a job as a full time MRI technologist immediately upon graduation. I owe it all to Cabarrus College of Health Sciences and would recommend it to anyone looking to expand their medical imaging education.”

Jenna Forsythe, BSRT (R)(MR) Class of 2010