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Modality Options

Jefferson offers ten imaging and radiation oncology modalities for bachelor degree students: Medical Dosimetry, Radiation Therapy, Cardiac Sonography (Echocardiography), Computed Tomography, General Sonography (Ultrasound), Invasive Cardiovascular Technology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Radiography (X-ray) and Vascular Sonography (Vascular Ultrasound). A certificate in PET/CT is also available as a part-time, 12-month program.

BS students study one modality for 12 months, full time. Classwork and clinical affiliations comprise approximately 40 hours a week.

The 2-year (24-month) multicompetency program allows students to study two modalities while at Jefferson. It is recommended that students study the program in which they are most interested in working during the second year.

Read about individual modalities by clicking on the name above or to the right. Determine which degree program is right for you here.