Careers in Radiologic Technology

Students graduating in radiologic technology are eligible to apply to the American Registry of the Radiologic Technologist (see section entitled Accreditation) and will be prepared to work as a radiographer in a number of different settings, such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Private offices

Recent graduates have been employed in positions in the following areas:

  • Radiography
  • Fluoroscopy 
  • Computed tomography (CT)
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Special procedures
  • Mammography

Students wishing to advance within the field of radiologic technology can pursue a bachelor's degree in areas of general studies, management, business or education. Students may pursue registry eligibility in Radiation Therapy, Ultrasound, or Nuclear Medicine with additional training in an accredited school.

The University's Career Services Center assists students in their search for employment by conducting an annual workshop series on interviewing and résumé writing techniques, and by maintaining a current information resource center. Students should begin developing a personal career plan during the freshman year.