Radiologic Technology: Transfer Requirements
Students who transfer from another radiologic technology program must meet the following entrance criteria:
- Complete a Drexel University/College of Nursing and Health Professions Application for Admissions.
- Submit a copy of high school transcripts or GED scores and transcripts from any colleges/universities previously attended.
- University admission requirements must be met before entrance into the Radiology program
- Submit a copy of current radiologic technology program transcripts.
- Submit copies of all clinical competencies performed at the previous Radiologic technology program.
- Forward a letter of recommendation from the transferring program Chairperson (Chair).
Students who transfer from another program at Drexel University:
- Are not guaranteed placement into the A.S. program.
- Meet with present program Academic Advisor to discuss their ability to enroll in the A.S. Radiologic Technology Program.
- If approved by the Academic Advisor, meet with the Radiologic Technology program Chair.
- Complete all Drexel University requirements.
- Final follow up with Academic Advisor to ensure all paperwork is complete and requirements have been met.
- Maintain contact with Radiologic Technology program for program compliance requirements.
- The Radiologic Technology program must be able to contact the student for questions or to send student information and updates before the program begins.
- Students on academic probation and/or have a GPA of less than 2.5 will not be considered for admission to the Radiologic Technology Program
Technical courses will be evaluated by the Department Chair based on credit hours, course content, contact hours, date taken, and all other pertinent data.
STUDENTS WHO HAVE BEEN DISMISSED FROM OTHER RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS FOR ACADEMIC OR CONDUCT PROBLEMS WILL NOT BE GIVEN ADVANCED PLACEMENT IN THE PROGRAM AND MUST APPLY TO THE PROGRAM UNDER THE NORMAL APPLICATION PROCESS.
DREXEL STUDENTS ON ACADEMIC PROBATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR THE PROGRAM.