Health Sciences

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    Department of Health Sciences

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    Public Health

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    Health Administration

  • Radiologic Sciences Faculty

    Radiologic Sciences

  • Health Sciences students working in radiology lab

    Department of Health Sciences - Radiologic Sciences

BSRS Overview

Note As of 2018: Due to CSUN’s impaction status, we are not allowed to consider students who have already obtained a Bachelor’s degree or higher. Please go to to find alternative accredited RS programs in California.

The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences is offered through the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) Department of Health Sciences, part of the College of Health and Human Development, as a Bachelor Degree. Graduates of the CSUN RT Program receive a diverse educational background as well as greater opportunities for advancement and mobility within the profession of Radiologic Sciences. In addition to proficiency in general Medical Imaging, RS Program graduates are educated in a variety of specialized imaging procedures, including Computed Tomography, Cardiovascular Imaging and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

The CSUN RS Program has received the maximum accreditation (8 years) by the Joint Review Committee of Education in Radiologic Technology -- November, 2018. Accreditation information can be found at The BSRS program is also approved by the California Department of Health - Radiologic Health Branch.


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