As the healthcare industry continues to evolve, the role of radiography professionals becomes increasingly important. Radiologic technologists are vital healthcare team members, assisting physicians in diagnosing and treating patients using medical imaging technology.
Our Radiography Degree Program provides comprehensive training in radiologic technology, preparing you for a rewarding career in this fast-paced field. Our curriculum is designed to give you the skills and knowledge necessary to excel in your career and positively impact patient care.
Throughout the program, you will learn the fundamentals of radiologic technology, including anatomy and physiology, radiation safety, image production, and evaluation, patient care, and much more. You will also gain hands-on experience through clinical rotations at leading healthcare facilities, working alongside experienced radiologic technologists and physicians to deliver high-quality patient care.
Our program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), ensuring you receive the highest quality education and training. Our faculty comprises experienced radiologic technologists and medical professionals committed to helping you succeed in your career.
Upon graduation, you will be eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam, which is required to practice as a radiologic technologist. With this credential, you will be well-prepared to enter the workforce and make a meaningful impact on patient care.
The AAS degree transfers seamlessly into our Imaging Sciences - Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. Becoming a sonographer opens up many new career pathways and the potential for higher lifetime earnings.
A.A.S. in Radiography
The Associate of Applied Science in Radiography prepares students to function in the health care community as a professional and competent entry-level radiographer. Students learn basic and advanced skills in radiographic procedures, clinical education, and medical terminology. Click here to learn more.