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Radiologic Technology


About the Program

With the addition of computers, ultrasound, magnetic fields and radio waves, the radiologic technologist emerges into a growing field of computerized tomography, digital radiography, magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound.

These new techniques are coupled with basic skill development in radiologic positioning and radiographic technique selection. Radiologic technologists are in demand in rural and urban areas. Positions are available in hospitals, clinics, industry, public health services, and doctors’ offices.

The Radiology Technology Department offers these career tracts:

  1. an Associate of Science Degree in Radiology Technology.
  2. an Baccalaureate Degree in Health Sciences

Contact the Department

Kimberly Matejcek
Radiology Program Director
Phone: 417-625-3565