Medical Imaging (BS)

Make your mark in healthcare as a multi-modality imaging technologist.

Bachelor of Science
4 years
Fort Wayne, Crown Point, Hybrid

Why Study Medical Imaging?

Our Medical Imaging degree program combines two prominent medical imaging fields—radiography and sonography. As a result, you’ll graduate with eligibility for two professional certifications and AAS degrees (radiologic technology and diagnostic medical sonography) and a bachelor of science degree—fully prepared to launch an in-demand, multi-modality imaging career.

Structured for Success

The program’s hybrid curriculum is structured to maximize student success. You’ll learn from expert and supportive faculty in a blend of online courses, on-site labs and clinical rotations.


If you already have an associate degree in Radiologic Technology or Sonography, earn your B.S. in Medical Imaging and advance your career. We’ll help you build on your existing education and professional experience in order to expand your certifications.


Median wage for diagnostic medical sonographers


Median wage for radiologic technologists


Increase in demand for radiologic and sonography technologists through 2032 (faster than average)

Why Saint Francis for Your Medical Imaging Degree?

The University of Saint Francis is known for its high-quality health science programs. Our Medical Imaging degree is built on the strength and success of our longstanding nursing, radiologic technology and other allied health programs.

Values-Based Education

Rooted in the liberal arts and Franciscan values, a Saint Francis education not only focuses on academic and clinical excellence, but also prepares you to serve others as a compassionate, ethical healthcare professional.

High-Touch, High-Tech Learning

Learning happens in degrees. You’ll develop your knowledge and skills over time, starting with the online courses. From there, you’ll master your imaging skills in campus laboratories, located at both our Fort Wayne and Crown Point sites.

  • Digital X-Ray Lab – learn imaging software and positioning skills
  • Sonography Lab – use topline Phillips and GE machines
  • SIM Lab – experience code blue and trauma simulations

Where Can You Go with a Medical Imaging Degree?

As a multi-modality technologist, you’ll be equipped to work in a variety of healthcare settings, including hospitals, independent imaging labs, physician offices, urgent care centers, outpatient surgery centers and more. Saint Francis graduates work in imaging and supervisory positions at a variety of locations, including:

  • Adams Health Network
  • Community Healthcare System
  • Dupont Hospital
  • Franciscan Health Network and Alliance Facilities
  • Fort Wayne Orthopedics (FWO)
  • IU Health
  • Kettering Health Network Dayton Medical Imaging
  • Lutheran Health Network
  • Maple Grove Hospital
  • Mercy Health Ohio
  • Midwest X-Ray
  • Mobilex USA
  • Northeastern Indiana Urology
  • Open & Wide MRI
  • Orthopaedics Northeast (ONE)
  • Parkview Health Network
  • Summit Radiology

Learn more about what makes life at Saint Francis so special.