B.S. in Biology – Allied Health in Radiologic Technology
Are you interested in a career in radiologic technology? This profession focuses on generating images using X-rays and other ionizing radiation. Uniquely designed as a combined degree program, a B.S. in Biology-Allied Health in Radiologic Technology from Greensboro College means students must first complete a liberal-arts curriculum here, and an allied health clinical training certification elsewhere. Upon program completion, you will earn radiologic technology certifications and be ready to work in hospitals and other clinical settings.
Students pursuing this major must complete the requirements linked below.
Why Choose This Degree?
A B.S. in Biology-Allied Health in Radiologic Technology from Greensboro College will allow you to learn about biological principles and the natural world, as well as:
- Allow you to experience the best of both worlds as a student in a liberal arts school with radiologic training
- Set you up for success as a professional radiologic technician and open up more administrative career opportunities
- Pair your love for helping others in the medical field with an education that gives you a deeper understanding of the world
Why Earn it at Greensboro College?
At Greensboro College, earning a B.S. in Biology-Allied Health in Radiologic Technology means you will have the opportunity to:
- Pair radiologic technology experience with a modern liberal arts degree
- Take on administrative positions in their career with this four-year degree
- Work alongside equally driven and like-minded individuals that are also undergoing this unique program
- Stay on track to pursue your career goals with our personalized, one-on-one advising
What Can I Do After Graduation?
With your B.S. in Biology-Allied Health in Radiologic Technology, you can go right to work as a certified radiologic technologist with earning potential of $61, 240* as well as work towards administrative roles at your place of employment.