Biomedical Sciences: B.S. Biomedical Sciences
Diagnostic Imaging Completion Program

Program Overview

Assistant Dean for Strategic Academic Initiatives and Planning, Susan Stalewski, discusses the new UW Flexible Option Program in Diagnostic Imaging

The UWM College of Health Sciences offers a pathway for imaging professionals to advance their education through the Biomedical Sciences Diagnostic Imaging Completion program. This Bachelor of Science degree requires a minimum of 120 credits and is available to individuals who hold active ARDMS, ARRT or CCI registry and have completed an Associate’s Degree or hospital-based program within 10 years. To accommodate the working professional, most courses can be done through online enrollment.

Diagnostic Imaging is one of five UW Flexible Option programs offered in the new self-paced, competency-based UW Flexible Option format, which emphasizes competency over seat time. The Flexible Option lets you make the most of your prior learning and experience so you can advance toward a UW degree at a pace you decide.

Learn more about the first UW Flexible Option programs from UW-Milwaukee by clicking on the links below.