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Admission to the Program

Note: Application for the 2020 Applicant Cohort is now closed.

The Radiologic Sciences Program accepts approximately 30 students during each application period through a competitive selection process.  This selection process is outlined thoroughly in section G of the application packet. Brookhaven College reserves the right to adjust the number selected.

Application Requirements and Prerequisites 

  • Enrollment in a Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) school.
  • Fully viewing the online orientation video (see link above). This will be posted by January at the latest for each application period.
  • Completion of the five program prerequisite courses (outlined in the Radiologic Sciences AAS degree plan) with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher on those specific courses. You must have received a grade of "B" or higher in the SCIT 1407 or BIOL 2401 course.
  • Score a cumulative 75 or above on the HESI entrance exam.
  • Physical requirements for a career in Radiologic Sciences include the ability to lift and move patients and equipment, move quickly during an emergency and be able to stand for long periods of time. For more details on physical requirements, see page 11 of the information packet.
  • Submission of a complete application packet to the Radiologic Science Office during a designated filing period.
*Immunizations are not required at the time of application. After acceptance into the program, specific immunizations will be required prior to the first day of clinical practicum. 

Application Packet  HESI Exam  Immunization Information 


Note Regarding Clinicals

Clinical opportunities are not available for any student who cannot obtain a U.S. Social Security number. Upon acceptance to Brookhaven College's health programs in Emergency Medical Services, Nursing and Radiologic Sciences, students are required to obtain a social security number. 

International students are advised to contact the Brookhaven College Multicultural Center office, Room S136, bhcMulticulturalCenter@dcccd.edu, 972-860-4192, concerning this requirement.

Transfer Information

Students enrolling in the degree program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice. 
Advising: 972-860-4830

Continuing Education

Life support classes offered: ACLS, PALS, BCLS, PEPP and PHTLS. Call for class times 972-860-7879.​