The Radiologic Sciences and Diagnostic Imaging Department is designed to provide students a quality educational environment that promotes professionalism, effective communication skills, critical thinking skills, and imaging skill set within the areas of Diagnostic Imaging.
The Radiologic Sciences and Diagnostic Imaging Department encourages students to become active learners through a vigorous environment that promotes a variety of learning experiences for professional growth and lifelong learning.
Students completing the diagnostic imaging programs will have the knowledge and skill set to successfully enter the workforce credentialed in their chosen professional discipline, while meeting the needs of the healthcare community.
Associate of Science in Radiography
Radiography requires a high level of professional responsibility, knowledge, and technical skill. Technologists are trained to use x-rays to perform diagnostic and therapeutic exams with a high degree of accuracy while providing excellent patient care. Technologists may work in a variety of settings, including large hospitals, trauma centers, outpatient imaging centers, physician clinics and even mobile imaging units. The Cox College Associate of Science in Radiography (ASR) program is one of the oldest and most successful radiography programs in the region. With exceptional outcomes, expert faculty, and a long history of excellence, Cox College has a reputation for being the best.
Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Imaging (BDSI)
This degree is designed for students with a background in healthcare or medical imaging and includes an option to complete an imaging or professional specialty as a part of the program. With the exception of DMS imaging students, all didactic courses can be completed online, and there are four tracks available including an Entry-Level track, Specialty track, Completion Track, and a Credentialing pathway providing an opportunity for students to specialize in one of several specialty imaging modalities like Mammography (MAM), Computed Tomography (CT), Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) and more.
Cox College has awarded 104 Associate of Science in Radiology (ASR) degrees since 2010.
Cox College has awarded 39 Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Imaging (BSDI) degrees since 2013.
In 2016, 96.5% of Cox College graduates reported having a job upon graduation.
At Cox College, you are an individual, not a number. The personal attention that you receive from the faculty, as well as staff, made the environment at Cox conducive to success. The resources available to students were tremendous and included things like the Virtual Hospital, the Simulation Center, and the Medical Library. I’m glad I chose Cox for my nursing education!