Allied Health Technologies Major BSAHT
Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences
Completion of this program will result in a Bachelor of Science in Allied Health Technologies with a concentration in radiologic technology awarded jointly by Fairleigh Dickinson University and the partner institution. Students will complete 96 credits during their first three years at FDU. They then must apply for acceptance to the professional component at the partner institution for their senior year. A joint degree is awarded upon completion of the professional component.
If you are interested in diagnostic medical sonography, vascular technology, cytotechnology or medical laboratory science, please see the BSCLS and BSMIS webpages since those joint programs have been reorganized under the new Rutgers School of Health-Related Professions.
Admission to the clinical courses at the partner institution requires a separate application, usually in the junior year. Consult the program adviser for application details and time lines. Admissions decisions for the clinical program are made in accordance with criteria, policies and procedures established by a joint Committee on Admissions and Academic Status for the degree program and cannot be guaranteed by FDU. Students admitted to the clinical program must maintain a minimum grade point ratio of 2.75 in their remaining prerequisite courses at FDU subsequent to admission.
For more information regarding these degrees, contact the director of allied health, Florham Campus. All presently enrolled students should follow the requirements listed.
Professor Sara Reynolds
Director of Allied Health Programs
Department of Biological & Allied Health Sciences
285 Madison Ave. - M-SB1-01
Madison, NJ 07940