RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

Degree Type
Associate of Science

Locations
Altamonte Springs
Fort Lauderdale

Next Start Date

February 24, 2022

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Associate of science in radiologic technology

Radiologic Technology, also known as Radiography or X-ray technology, is the use high-tech imaging equipment to assist physicians in diagnosing illnesses and trauma. The field of radiology is becoming more diverse as technology is continuously evolving. Radiographers may use X-Ray technology, MRIs, CT scans or mammograms to capture 2D and 3D images of specific parts of the body. Equipped with an Associate’s degree from City College, students will develop the critical technical and thinking skills necessary to become a vital part of the healthcare community. 

 

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PROGRAM OVERVIEW

City College’s Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology is a 22-month program that combines in-class, lab, and clinical practice components, providing students with the most integrated curriculum and training. Upon completion, students will be prepared to meet the requirements necessary to sit for the written examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and to function as entry level radiologists, potentially advancing in a variety of modalities. 

program highlights

  • Institutionally accredited by ABHES
  • Guaranteed clinical rotations
  • Ability to qualify for the ARRT
  • Accepting transfer credits

core courses

  • Image Analysis I
  • Advanced Imaging Modalities
  • Radiographic Pathology
  • Radiographic Procedures

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Career Opportunities

You’ll get training in both cardiac and vascular sonography, potentially opening up more opportunities when you enter the job market. Being skilled in both specialties could be what sets you apart from other candidates who may not have received dual training. Graduates are qualified to seek employment at:

Outpatient Facilities

Physicians Office

Health Diagnostic Centers

Hospitals

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* A quarter is made up of 11 weeks and students may carry 8 to 16 credits per quarter.

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