Thomas Jefferson University
Jefferson College of Health Professions
Department of
Radiologic Sciences

Program Options

We have degree options for anyone, from high school seniors to certified professionals. First choose your program option and length, then choose your concentration option(s) to personalize your experience at Thomas Jefferson University. We cannot guarantee acceptance to your concentration of choice.

Options for High School Seniors

2+2 Plan a College Education (PACE) 

Program Length

2 years at a partner college
2 years at Thomas Jefferson University (full-time)

About the Program

High School students who want to assure admission to our Radiologic Sciences Program can apply to the Plan a College Education (PACE) Program in their senior year of high school. PACE students attend any accredited college or university for two years to complete their prerequisites (including prerequisites for two concentrations) and liberal arts education, and then transfer into the 2-Year Dual-Concentration BS Program in Radiologic Sciences. Our Dual-Concentration Program is for students with no education in the radiologic sciences or a health discipline to earn a BS in Radiologic Sciences while acquiring training in a combination of concentrations.

PACE Students are automatically admitted to the Radiologic Sciences Program, but must apply to their concentration of choice the year before they transfer to Thomas Jefferson University, and again before their second year here. We cannot guarantee acceptance to your concentration of choice.

3+1 Bachelor's/Bachelor's Immaculata University Partnership

Program Length

3 years at Immaculata University
1 year at Thomas Jefferson University (12 months, full-time)

About the Program

We partner with Immaculata University to offer a dual degree program in allied health and radiologic sciences. During their senior year of high school, students can apply to Immaculata University, where they will spend three years working toward a BS in Allied Health. As long as all required coursework is completed, students will transition to Thomas Jefferson University, where they will complete the BS in Radiologic Sciences in one year.

3+1 Students are automatically admitted to the Radiologic Sciences Program, but must apply to their concentration of choice the year before they transfer to Thomas Jefferson University. We cannot guarantee acceptance to your concentration of choice.

Options for College Students

2-Year Dual-Concentration Bachelor's

Program Length

2 years (24 consecutive months, full-time)

About the Program

The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that radiologic technologists who are trained in multiple credentials have better job prospects than those with just one area of expertise. In our 2-Year Dual-Concentration Bachelor's Program, you study two imaging concentrations in 24 months.

The Dual-Concentration Program is for students with no education in the radiologic sciences or a health discipline to earn a BS in Radiologic Sciences while acquiring training in a combination of concentrations. Students must consult an admissions counselor or a Radiologic Sciences faculty member when choosing concentrations. We cannot guarantee acceptance to your second-year concentration of choice.

1-Year Bachelor's

Program Length

1 year (12 consecutive months, full-time)

About the Program

The 1-Year Bachelor's Program is offered on a full-time basis for 12 months, starting in September. To be eligible, students must have all prerequisite credits and either a Bachelor's degree or proof of completion of an accredited program in radiologic sciences or allied health.

Part-Time Advanced Placement Bachelor's in Computed Tomography

Program Length

2 years or less

About the Program

Working radiologic technologists who are certified in radiography, radiation therapy or nuclear medicine,  have 50 prerequisite credits, but do not have a Bachelor’s degree can enroll in the Advanced Placement BS in CT Program on a part-time basis. Complete the Program online or on campus.

Prospective students must consult with either Frances Gilman, the Chair of the Department or Richard Weening, the Program Director.