The Imaging Sciences Program offers degrees for radiology and ultrasound. The radiologic technologist prepares and positions patients for exams and operates x-ray equipment. The ultrasonographers use high frequency sound waves to produce dynamic images of organs, tissues, or blood flow inside the body.
Imaging Science graduates can work in hospitals, physicians offices, clinics, federal and state health agencies, and certain educational institutions. The Associate of Applied Science program includes courses in the following areas: technique, exposure, positioning, protection, physics, patient care and ethics. Clinical practice and supplemental instruction are provided in accredited hospitals and clinics. Students graduating from the Imaging Sciences program participate in evaluations of competency in general and technical education. Upon completion of the ultrasound program requirements, graduates are registry eligible and must have worked for 12 months to take the National Registry Examination.
Graduates of the Imaging Sciences program may seek immediate employment or transfer and complete a baccalaureate degree. Articulated transfer opportunities are available with IUPUI, IUK, and University of Southern Indiana for radiology graduates. Students are encouraged to review these options with their advisors.
The Imaging Sciences program is a selective admission program. When you apply to the College, you will be accepted into Healthcare Support with a concentration in Imaging Sciences while you complete the prerequisite requirements. The Imaging Sciences program accepts a limited number of students each year and there is a separate application process. Contact your campus of interest below for more details.
Imaging Science AAS Areas of Emphasis:
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography/General (Terre Haute only)
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Vascular (Terre Haute only)
- Radiologic Technology
Associate of Applied Science - Diagnostic Medical Sonography/General
(67 credit hours = 6 semesters)
Associate of Applied Science - Diagnostic Medical Sonography/Vascular
(67 credit hours = 6 semesters)
Associate of Applied Science - Radiologic Technology
(74 credit hours = 7 semesters)
NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees and certificates varies by campus.
The Imaging Sciences program is offered at the following campuses:
Central Indiana (Indianapolis)
East Central (Marion)
Wabash Valley (Terre Haute)
The following campuses have a partnership with a hospital-based program:
Reid Selective Admission
See Reid School of Radiologic Technology website.
School of Radiologic Technology
Contact for Ivy Tech Advising:
Dean of the Schools of Health Sciences, Public and Social Services, and Education
Reid Partnership Advisor at Ivy Tech Community College
Ivy Tech Community College - Richmond
2357 Chester Boulevard
Richmond, IN 47374-1298
Phone: 765-966-2656, ext. 1158 Toll free: 800-659-4562, ext. 1158
Southeast (Lawrenceburg, Madison)
April 1st for classes starting in July (application is made directly to King’s Daughters’ Hospital’s School of Radiology (located in Madison)
Assistant Director of Admissions
KDH Partnership contact for Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana
812-265-2580 or 800-403-2190 ext 4316
Associate of Applied Science Partnership with KDH: http://www.kdhmadison.org/services_radiology_admissions.aspx