Associate In Radiologic Technology Programs

If you’re interested in working in the field of radiology, you can earn an associate’s degree in radiologic technology. This is the minimum requirement to work as a member of a diagnostic imaging team. Graduates will be prepared for careers as a radiologic technologist or an X-Ray technologist.

As a radiologic technologist or an X-Ray technologist, you’ll direct patient contact in hospitals, a physician’s office, a clinic or a diagnostic imaging center. You’ll assist radiographers with a range of diagnostics such as X-rays, and MRI and CT scans. Courses in anatomy, examination techniques, equipment protocols, radiation safety, and radiation protection will prepare you to perform these duties with skill and efficiency.

There are plenty of online, campus, and hybrid programs available for those interested in pursuing an associate’s degree in radiology. Use the links below to navigate our list of degrees.

An associates in radiologic technology typically takes about two years to complete, depending on the school. The programs in this list are offered in both hybrid and traditional formats, with flexible scheduling, allowing you to work towards your degree on your timetable.

ECPI University

ECPI University – Accredited By SACS

Associate of Applied Science in Medical Radiography: “At ECPI, our AAS in Medical Radiography degree program is designed to give you the skills you need to be a successful radiology technician. Through a blend of practical, ‘hands-on’ clinical experience in hospitals and/or outpatient centers, and on-campus classroom and lab sessions, radiography students explore: Radiation Biology and Protection, Equipment Operation and Quality Control, Image Production and Evaluation, Radiographic Procedures, Patient Care and Education, and more.” Click Here to request information about this program.

 

Rasmussen College

Rasmussen College – Accredited By HLC

Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology: “At Rasmussen, our Radiologic Technology Associate’s degree covers comprehensive coursework in anatomy, physiology, medical imaging, patient care and radiation safety, preparing you to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) certification exam. Through hands-on experience, you’ll be able to utilize standard x-ray, mobile x-ray, and fluoroscopic technologies, so you’ll be ready to start your career as a successful radiology tech.” Click Here to request information about this program.

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