Radiography Admission Requirements

Admission to the Radiography Program is very competitive. The Radiography Program admits up to 24 students per year, which is subject to change based on clinical capacity.

Admission to the Radiography Program requires:

  1. Admission to UNLV.
  2. A minimum of a 2.5 GPA (Note: average GPA of those accepted is generally above 3.0)
  3. If applying to the certificate program a Baccalaureate Degree or higher
  4. Completion of pre-requisite coursework and additional application requirements. (see application)
  5. Submission of a completed application along with all supporting documents by the last business day of February

Radiography Program Application

Applicant files are reviewed by the Program Admissions Committee during the spring semester for acceptance to the class starting in the fall semester. The same admission process is followed for the B.S. in CMI students and RAD certificate students. Admission is based on the accumulation of points. Points are awarded based on the following:

  • Academic history (Cumulative GPA and select course grades*)
  • Prior experience (see application)
  • Applicant letter (See letter guidelines in the application)

*The following courses are awarded points based on the grades received:

  • RAD 100 & RAD 117
  • BIO 189, KIN 223 & KIN 224
  • CS 115 or IS 101
  • MATH 126/127 or higher
  • ENG 101 & 102

Additional points are awarded for:

  • Prior application (up to (2) reapplications)
  • Committee points (Awarded by the Admissions Committee)