The Radiologic Technology program prepares students to operate imaging equipment and perform a variety of medical diagnostic procedures. The student radiographer prepares and positions the patient, as well as sets technical parameters for each examination in addition to processing the image for interpretation. The Radiologic Technology program serves as a pathway to advanced related imaging modalities such as Computed Tomography, Cardiac-Interventional Radiography, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
The program curriculum includes anatomy and physiology, mathematics, fundamentals of radiographic exposure, positioning, radiobiology, and clinical training. For a comprehensive list of required courses refer to the following link:
Radiologic Technology - Counseling Degree Plan (PDF)
Students must complete special admission requirements prior to enrollment. These requirements may be found at the following link:
Specialized Admission Requirements (PDF)