As a radiologic technology student you will learn how to work closely with patients and how to take conventional clinical X-ray images. You will be educated in anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, equipment protocols and radiation safety and more. After graduating you may specialize in a specific imaging technique such as bone densitometry, cardiovascular-interventional radiography, computed tomography, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging and quality management.
- General radiography focus.
- Rigorous course work in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics.
- Clinical phase involves a high degree of patient contact.
- Graduates earn a bachelor's degree and qualify to take the radiography board exam.
- One of the few four-year, face-to-face Radiologic Technology bachelor of science programs in the United States.
- Students have the opportunity to do their clinical phase with one of eight clinical affiliates.
University Facts & Stats
- 39 Education Abroad programs offered
- 1,100+ international students
- 1 of 56 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award winners
- Top 1% of the most affordable universities in Forbes' "America's Top Colleges" ranking
- Radiologic Technologist/Radiographer
- X-Ray Technician