Degree Options:
Associate Degree, Certificate
Campus Location:
Life Science & Public Safety

Program Overview

Radiographers position radiographic equipment at the correct angle and height over the appropriate area of a patient’s body. Using instruments similar to a measuring tape, they may measure the thickness of the section to be radiographed and set controls on the x-ray machine to produce radiographs of the appropriate density, detail, and contrast.

They must follow physicians’ orders precisely and conform to regulations concerning the use of radiation to protect themselves, their patients, and their coworkers from unnecessary exposure. In addition to preparing patients and operating equipment, radiologic technologists keep patient records and adjust and maintain equipment.

Specific Facility, Tools Or Educational Tools Available

The radiography lab includes state-of-the-art equipment that is equal or newer than most clinical sites, allowing students to train on the latest technology.

Formal Articulation Agreements

No formal articulations are available for the program, but a number of colleges and universities offer graduates of the program the opportunity to receive transfer credit.

Featured Courses

RADT 1030- Radiographic Procedures I

RADT 1065- Radiologic Science

RADT 1085- Radiologic Equipment

Additional Details
Class Times Offered:
Online Class Options:
Fully In Person
Non-traditional Program?
Non-traditional for men
Deadline for Selective Admission:
June 1st- Fall
Additional Information:

Student Handbook Addendum — Radiologic Technology Program

Radiologic Tech Students

Program Contact

Amanda Stanley

Program Chair

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Radiologic Technology