The Radiologic Technology (X-ray) program consists of classroom instruction on campus and clinical instruction in area hospitals and clinics. There are also 4 Online courses integrated throughout the curriculum, which may be completed on or off campus. Students in the program learn to transport and position patients for radiologic examination; to produce and critique images, archive images, and maintain patient records.
This 24-month program leads to the Associate of Applied Science Degree, and graduates are eligible to take the registry examination for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Employment opportunities for graduates may be found in radiography departments of hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, and related areas.
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The Radiologic Technology Program was established to produce qualified, entry-level radiographers for the ever-expanding field of diagnostic imaging. Through classroom, laboratory, and clinical experiences, students acquire professional, ethical, and technical skills required of diagnostic imaging professionals.