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Who are Radiologic Technologists?

Radiologic Technologists (also known as Radiographers) use radiation to produce images of tissues, organs, bones, and vessels that comprise the human body. The curriculum includes instruction in patient care and management, radiation protection, imaging procedures, quality assurance, recording media processing, equipment maintenance, interpersonal communication, and professional responsibility through an integration of classroom, laboratory, and clinical education. The radiographer is a skilled healthcare professional qualified to provide patient services using imaging modalities as directed by qualified physicians.

Learn about the most recent trends for Radiologic Technologists from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics.

Radiographers are employed in hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, public health, mobile x-ray companies, and industry. With more specialized education, a qualified Radiographer may advance into the areas of Radiation Therapy, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasonography, Computerized Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), education, or administration.


Radiography Program Selective Admissions Requirements

Radiography Program Point Count Worksheet



Application Period
January 26, 2016 – April 14, 2016

Information Sessions
(no appointment necessary)

Monday October 26, 2015
Thursday January 14, 2016
Wednesday March 30, 2016

All sessions will be held from
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
in Union Station Room U-387

Quick Facts

  • Degree: A.A.S in Radiography
  • Program Length: 5 Semesters
  • Hours: 8 hour days, 5 days/week
  • Class Size: Approx. 18
  • One class is accepted each spring to start in August
  • This program is fully accredited by the JRCERT  www.jrcert.org