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Associate of science in radiologic technology
City College’s Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology is a 22-month program that combines classroom, lab, and clinical practice components, providing students with the an integrated curriculum and training. The program is designed to prepare students to meet the requirements necessary to apply for the written examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and to function as entry-level radiographers, with the potential to advance in other modalities.
Career opportunities for graduates of the Radiologic Technology program are many as they they will have options to specialize in areas such as orthopedics, mobile imaging, or cross training into another modality, such as MRI, CT, Mammography, Interventional Radiology, or Dexa Scan. Graduates can seek employment at hospitals, outpatient facilities, physicians offices, diagnostic and imaging centers.
- Small class sizes
- Personalized approach to support the student
- Hands-on clinical training
- Lab taught by experienced Radiographers
- Additional open lab hours available to all students
- Tutoring available for all students
- Externship starting in 1st quarter
- Prepares students to apply for the ARRT
- Financial Assistance is available for those who qualify
- Image Analysis I
- Advanced Imaging Modalities
- Radiographic Pathology
- Radiographic Procedures
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What is radiologic technology?
Radiologic Technology (Radiography) is the use of high-tech imaging equipment to assist physicians in diagnosing illness and trauma. Radiographers (also known as Radiologic Technologists or X-Ray Technologists) may use X-Ray technology on specific parts of the body.
Radiographers have extensive direct patient contact, which is why the Radiologic Technology program focuses on knowledge of radiation protection as well as the positioning of anatomical structures on a radiograph. Students also gain experience evaluating and examining radiographs as well as practice discretion and conclusions in the performance of medical imaging procedures.
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