Nursing & Health Sciences

RS class of 2018

Bachelor & Associate of Science in Radiographic Science

Program Overview

This competitive program is comprised of one year of pre-professional courses and two years of professional clinical courses for the A.S. and another additional year for the B.S. The LCSC RS Program prepares students for the national radiography certification examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

The RS Program has affiliations with a number of clinical sites ranging from small clinics to large regional medical centers, allowing for diverse and rewarding "hands-on" clinical training in a professional environment.

Graduates of the Associate of Science in Radiographic Science degree program are eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national certification exam. To be certified as an ARRT Radiography Technologist, graduates must successfully pass the ARRT Radiography exam. Some individual states require a state license to be eligible to work as a radiologic technologist in that state. A state license is separate from ARRT certification and registration. The state of Idaho does not require state licensing for Radiologic Technologists to practice. If you wish to obtain a state specific license, you must meet the individual state’s requirements and apply directly to that state.

For a deeper look into our programs and policies, please see our Student Handbook.

Nursing & Health Sciences Scholarships


Nursing and health science scholarships available through the Financial Aid Office at Lewis-Clark State College.

Nursing & Health Sciences Scholarships