Admission requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree in
Radiologic Sciences are identical to those currently outlined for
admission to a four-year, Bachelor of Science degree in the College
of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at St. John’s.
For more information about admission to this and other
undergraduate programs at St. John’s University, please contactUndergraduate Admissiononline.
Or contact us directly at the campus of your choice:
Director of Admission (Queens Campus)
1 (888) 9STJOHNS
Senior Associate Director of Admission (Staten Island Campus)
Students must maintain a 2.30 overall GPA in the
pre-professional course each year to progress within their major.
The 2.30 overal GPA is required for a student to progress into the
professional phase of the Radiologic Sciences program. Students
will be interviewed prior to entering the professional year as part
of their progression process. All pre-professional courses must be
completed prior to entering the professional phase of the
Within the professional phase, students must maintain an overall
GPA of 2.30, earn a letter grade of C+ or greater in each didactic
and clinical course, and adhere to the attendance policy to
progress from semester to semester.
Students must repeat a course when it is next offered if a C+ is
not achieved. If a student unsuccessfully completes the repeated
course or is unsuccessful in achieving a C+ in more than one
course, the student will be recommended for program dismissal.