The following requirements must be met by candidates to be considered for admission.

The student must:

Apply to the University AND to the BSRS Program.

Note:  If you plan to pursue a modality (Mammography, CT, or MRI) you must apply to the modality program located on our homepage.  There may be an affiliation agreement required for you to complete your clinical hours.

Meet all Midwestern State University admission requirements.  Click here for MSU admission requirements.

Note: New Student Orientation is a program that is required for all new, entering undergraduates at MSU Texas. Whether you are a first-year student or transferring, getting started at MSU Texas is a big step. New or Transfer Student Orientation 

Have an overall post-secondary GPA of 2.0 or higher.

Be registered by the ARRT, NMTCB, ARDMS, or be a second-year student in an accredited program in the Radiologic Sciences. ARRT certification must be current and in good standing.

Have reliable Internet access and a working email address.  To verify your computer's compatibility with the MSU Desire to Learn (D2L) learning management system click compatibility.

Check with the registrar's office concerning satisfaction of the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirement.

Submit all materials outlined on the Program Information Page to the MSU BSRS Program.  Click here to go to the BSRS Program Checklist Page.

Be aware that some courses use a third-party test proctoring agency.  This may cost up to $25 per exam.  See page 19 of the BSRS orientation.