Radiography Collaborative Program

Radiography Collaborative Program

Radiography is at the heart of modern medicine.

Radiographers investigate why people are ill and help to treat cancer.

You can earn the degree of Associate of Applied Science in Health Sciences from Saint Peter’s University through this collaborative program between Saint Peter’s University and the Englewood Hospital School of Radiography.

This degree begins with one year of study at Saint Peter’s University followed by two years of study, including summers, at Englewood Hospital School of Radiography.

You are awarded the A.A.S. degree from Saint Peter’s University upon documented evidence of successfully completing the Englewood Hospital School of Radiography program, but prior to taking the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam.