Admission: Radiologic Technology

The Huntsville Hospital School of Radiologic Technology does not discriminate because of gender, handicap, religion, race, age or natural origin.

Admission requirements

The following college courses must be completed by May 31 with a minimum of a "C" average prior to enrollment:

  • Communication (3 semester hours)
    • English Composition (3 semester hours)
  • Natural Science (8 semester hours)
    • Anatomy & Physiology I (4 semester hours)
    • Anatomy & Physiology II (4 semester hours)
      *Anatomy & Physiology I & II must have been completed within the past 7 years
  • Mathematics (3 semester hours)
    • Math 100 or higher (3 semester hours)
  • Humanities, Fine Arts or Literature (3 semester hours)
    • Must complete one course in humanities, fine arts or literature.
      *See recommended courses below.
  • History, Social or Behavioral Science (3 semester hours)
    • Must complete one course in history, social or behavioral science.
      *See recommended courses below.

Humanities, Fine Arts or Literature History, Social or Behavioral Science
Art Anthropology
Foreign Language Economics
Music Geography
Philosophy History
Religion Political Science
Theatre Psychology
Ethics Sociology
Total Post Secondary General Education Prerequisites (20 semester hours)

* Completion of all minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission.

Admission procedures

  • Submit an application
  • Submit proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or request an exemption claim form from the program.
  • Submit official high school transcripts or GED score
  • Submit official college transcripts
  • Applications are accepted January through February
  • Submit a $30 application fee
  • The program will contact applicants to schedule the PSB Health Occupations Aptitude Exam. The cost of the exam is $60.00 for on-campus testing or $85.00 for at-home proctored tests.
  • Upon receipt of the aptitude test results, program officials will review test scores, official transcripts and completed application.
  • Once the applicant has progressed through the academic evaluation, a 12 hour radiology observation and personal interview may be scheduled with the selections committee.
  • Applicants are scored and selected based on the academic evaluation, entrance exam score, personal references, interview assessment and career essay.
  • Final acceptance is contingent upon drug screen, physical examination and criminal background check conducted by Huntsville Hospital.

Transfer student policy

The program does not accept transfer students from other radiography programs. Students who have completed college level Medical Terminology within the past 7 years with a minimum of a “C” average may transfer those credits into the program.

Foreign transcripts

All foreign transcripts and degrees must be evaluated and translated into equivalent college hours of credit including grade point average (GPA). The evaluation service must be a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) or the Association of International Credential Evaluator, Inc. (AICE).

Advanced placement policy

The program does not accept applicants seeking advanced placement.