Back to BlogBelmont College and University of Cincinnati Enter Articulation Agreement for Bachelor of Radiation Science Technology Online ProgramPress ReleaseUC Online News Share Share on FacebookFollow us on LinkedInShare on PinterestShare via Email Belmont College and University of Cincinnati Enter Articulation Agreement for Bachelor of Radiation Science Technology Online ProgramThe agreement allows Belmont associate degree graduates to enter the University of Cincinnati Radiation Science Technology (BRST) Online bachelor’s degree completion program quickly and with all credits.Cincinnati, Ohio: February 12, 2021 – University of Cincinnati and Belmont College located in St. Clairsville, Ohio are pleased to announce an articulation agreement. The agreement allows students to complete the two year Radiologic Technology program at Belmont College and transfer all of their credits to the University of Cincinnati’s online BRST program for the third and fourth year of study, granting the student a bachelor’s degree in Radiation Science Technology.“The University of Cincinnati Online is pleased to articulate with Belmont College and offer this advanced degree to their Radiologic Technology program graduates. Our faculty and staff appreciate the professional work ethic of the program’s graduates as they pursue the Radiation Science Technology online degree as part of their professional educational plan,” said Julie Gill, University of Cincinnati Radiation Science Technology Program Director.The new agreement will allow Belmont College to help students complete their bachelor’s degree in University of Cincinnati’s BRST online program without compromising work and family commitments. Students will have a seamless transfer process and are given a clear path to completion.“We are honored to partner with UC through this articulation agreement, designed to open more doors to our future radiographers, from both Belmont and UC, to pursue meaningful education and professional collaboration,” said Stephanie Stauver, Belmont College Radiology Program Director. “All Belmont Radiology graduates who have completed the AAS and are accepted into Blue Ash College Bachelor of Radiation Science Technology program will enter at junior standing in the Bachelor of Radiation Science Technology program.”For more information on the agreement, please visit https://online.uc.edu/undergraduate-degrees/bachelors-in-radiation-science-technology/ to learn more.The University of Cincinnati – The University of Cincinnati offers students a balance of educational excellence and real-world experience. UC is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 46,000 students and has been named “Among the top tier of the Best National Universities,” according to U.S. News & World Report. The University of Cincinnati is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.