Is a bachelors degree in medical radiation science going to land you a good job?

I was wondering if I go through a bachelors in medical radiation at McMaster if I could easily get a job in the hospital doing MRI’s and ultrasounds? Or if they usually hire masters or phD


  1. Bob B says

    You should be fine with just the Bachelor’s. It’s rare for anyone in that field to have a PhD. Even the physicists often don’t.

    Depending on your state’s requirements, you might also need a masters, but that’s just another year or two of coursework, and if you got through the Bachelor’s, you’ll be fine with that. If it doesn’t require it, you won’t need it.