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The Schools of Nursing and Pharmacy operate on both the Oxford and Jackson campuses. The Schools of Dentistry, Health Related Professionals and Medicine, and the Health Sciences Graduate School, are based in Jackson only. (Additional healthcare programs are available through the School of Applied Sciences on the Oxford campus.) Other than these exceptions, the schools above are on the Oxford campus.

B.S. in Radiologic Sciences (2+2)

Prepare to serve patients by using a variety of medical imaging techniques for examination, or administering radiation therapy treatments.

Utilizing specialized imaging equipment and advanced computer technology, the radiologic scientist is responsible for performing a variety of challenging and interesting examinations on a diverse patient population. Radiologic scientist works closely with other members of the healthcare profession and are vital in providing the images necessary for diagnosing disease and injury.

Graduate Outcomes

Radiologic sciences is a broad field that encompasses not only diagnostic radiology, but also bone densitometry, cardiovascular/interventional radiography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy and sonography.

The curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in radiologic sciences is a two-phase program consisting of a two-year, 60-hour academic program in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Mississippi with a 2.5 GPA. The second phase is a two-year program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center or other such institution.

Students who attend the University of Mississippi in Oxford for their pre-requisites are not automatically admitted to the radiologic sciences program at the University of Mississippi in Jackson. Admission is competitive, and different radiologic sciences schools have different requirements.