Radiologic Technologists are in high demand. They are medical
professionals who require independent judgment, critical thinking
skills and extensive training to successfully administer
radiographic tests. These important medical procedures ensure that
the vital organs, bones and vessels within the body are functioning
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment is
expected to increase faster than average for medical technicians
specializing in the radiological sciences. You can prepare for
these growing opportunities through the Bachelor of Science degree
program in Radiologic Sciences at St. John’s.
Offered by the College of Pharmacy and Health
Sciences, this 128-credit degree program comprises two years of
collegiate instruction at the Queens campus and two years of
instruction at the University’s Dr. Andrew J. Bartilucci
Center and affiliated clinical sites.
After graduation, students are eligible to sit for the
New York State Radiologic Technology Licensing Examination and
American Registry of Radiologic Technology Certification in
Radiography, graduates may advance into more specialized areas of
Computer Tomography, Angiography, Mammography, Magnetic Resonance
Imaging, Education and Administration.
We invite you to learn more about our program by exploring our
program requirements, objectives, academic resources and faculty.
Jennifer Chiu, M.B.A., RT (R)
Director of Radiologic Sciences