The Radiologic Technology program trains you to become a radiologic technologist. This 21-month program includes a summer semester of courses. You will obtain clinical experience at local healthcare facilities in addition to formal classroom instruction provided on campus.
Radiologic technologists are employed in hospitals, clinics, commercial x-ray laboratories, and physician offices where they use radiation to produce images of the bones and organs of the human body. In addition to preparing patients and operating equipment, radiologic technologists also work with electronic medical records and may prepare exam schedules, evaluate equipment purchases or manage a radiology department.