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Widener-Crozer Allied Health Program

The Continuing Studies Division of Widener University and Crozer-Chester Medical Center are jointly offering two degree programs:

  • Associate of Science in Allied Health for Radiologic Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Allied Health for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound)

Each program is designed to offer students the benfits of a Widener education plus the clinical expertise from the long-established School of Radiologic Technology and School of Diagnostic Ultrasound at Crozer-Chester Medical Center. Prerequisite academic courses that are necessary for admission to the program and degree program courses can be taken at Widener's Continuing Studies Division in the evening or online. Learn more about Widener University's prerequisites and tuition here. Detailed information about each program follows.

Associate of Science in Allied Health for Radiologic Technology

Following admission to the Radiologic Technology program, students will take 24 months of radiologic technology courses and clinicals at Crozer-Chester Medical Center's North Campus.

Students will receive Widener credit for all Crozer courses and clinicals, and will be required to complete their degrees before sitting for the national registry board examinations. This program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT),  (www.jrcert.org) 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL  60606. Additional information is forthcoming.

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Radiologic Technology program at Crozer-Chester Medical Center

Widener University Prerequisites and Tuition

Bachelor of Science in Allied Health for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound)

Following admission to the Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) program, students will take 20 months of ultrasound courses and clinicals will be completed at Crozer-Chester Medical Center and its affiliates.

Students with a high school diploma and no previous college credits will first complete an Associate of Science degree in General Studies that will include the prerequisite courses. If students meet the criteria for admission to the DMS program after they finish the Associate's degree, they will move into the Bachelor's program and ultimately finish the degree with the 20 months of ultrasound courses and clinicals.

Students will receive Widener credit for all Crozer courses and clinicals, and will be required to complete their Crozer courses and clinical in consecutive semesters. Sitting for the national registry boards in physics, abdomen and OB/GYN are also a requirement for graduation. This program is accredited by the CAAHEP.

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Diagnostic Medical Sonography program at Crozer-Chester Medical Center

Widener University Prerequisites and Tuition

 

 

 

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