This four-year degree program requires students to obtain approximately half their academic credits at each of the two institutions. Admission is by competition, following the process set out below, after the completion of a required set of courses in at least one year of university studies. A limited number of students are admitted each year.

Admission requirements

Minimum Course Requirements:

Ten three-semester hour courses or equivalent are required. For students who have completed a total of 20 three-semester-hour courses or less, these must include (required UPEI course numbers in brackets). Note: Course links below go to Calendar Course entries on each program's page.

Students who have completed more than 20 three-semester hour courses may, with the permission of the Dean, be allowed to enter the program without having completed the full suite of required courses listed above. Nevertheless, courses not done prior to admission must be completed as a program requirement before graduation. All required courses must have a passing grade identified by letter or numerical grade. Biology, Physics, and Chemistry courses will normally have a laboratory component. Details of course content may be required for any course proposed for admission purposes.

Students are expected to complete a degree at UPEI within a 10 year period (See Academic Regulation #2)

Applicants who have completed any of the pre-requisite first year courses seven years prior to the anticipated start of their Radiography program should contact the coordinator of the Radiography program or the Dean of Science.

Application process

Follow UPEI's undergraduate application process for professional programs, and submit other requirements by December 1, including:

  • $50 Application Fee ($75 for International Applicants)
  • Official Transcripts from each post-secondary institution where you have taken a course, even if transfer credit(s) were given by another institution.
  • A Vulnerable Sector check.
  • A current resume if you are over the age of 21 and/or not presently enrolled in courses.
  • English Language Proficiency Test (if required)
  • Successful applicants will be required to make a $500 non-refundable deposit on or before May 31 to hold their seat in the program. The deposit will go toward first semester tuition costs. Your application package must be hand delivered or postmarked no later than December 1, with a copy of the most current transcript to be submitted no later than February 1. Interviews will be held the last week of March and successful applicants must accept by April 30.


All application materials, including transcripts and accompanied by the application fee, must be received in the Office of the Registrar not later than December 1 of the year for which admission is sought.  No extensions will be permitted.

Assessment of applications

Students must achieve an average of 70% in the minimum course requirements to be considered for an interview. A higher-level course may be used as a substitution for a minimum course requirement providing it is in a related field of study.

The highest academic ranked applicants are interviewed for the available seats. Offers  of  admission  are based  on  results  of  the  interview as  well  as  academic  achievement. A minimum score of 50% must be achieved in the interview to be eligible for admission. Normally, at least twice as many eligible applicants will be interviewed as there are number of seats available. Successful  applicants  will be notified  in  writing  within  two weeks  of  their interview.


If a previously denied applicant wishes to reapply, he/she follows the same process as that described above.

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