Belmont College announces articulation agreement with University of Cincinnati
ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Belmont College has entered into an articulation agreement with University of Cincinnati that will benefit Belmont Radiology transfer students.
This agreement allows for transition from two years at Belmont College with a completion of an applied science/radiologic technology and then completion at UC with a bachelor of radiation science technology (online).
A maximum of 90 semester hours transferred from Belmont College will apply toward the 120 semester hours required for the radiation science technology bachelor’s degree program. Students transferring fewer than 90 semester hours may be required to take additional coursework or may not be admitted to the UC Radiation Science Technology program. All degree requirements with UC are completed online.
“We are honored to partner with UC through this articulation agreement, designed to open more doors to our future radiographers from both Belmont and UC to pursue meaningful education and professional collaboration,” said Stephanie Stauver, Belmont College Radiology Program director. “All Belmont radiology graduates who have completed the AAS and are accepted into Blue Ash College bachelor of radiation science technology program will enter at junior standing in the bachelor of radiation science technology program.”
For more information about Belmont College or the Articulation Agreement with UC visit belmontcollege.edu.