The field of Radiologic Technology (RT) is a rapidly growing field with many opportunities for growth. Radiographers can work in many different areas such as Diagnostic X-ray, fluoroscopy, surgery, and mobile examinations.
Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Special Procedures (vascular studies) are areas of advancement for radiographers.
3 Cool Classes
Basic patient care as applied to the radiology department, communication skills, professional ethics, isolation techniques and emergency procedures including CPR training.
Ethics & Law in Radiography
This course will provide students with a fundamental background in ethics as well as elements of ethical and professional behavior. Students will be introduced to legal terminology, principles, professional standards and the American Society of Radiologic Technology scope of practice.
Radiographic Practicum I - VI
Radiographic clinical competency training and evaluation. Students will graduate with approximately 1,900 hours of clinical training.