Associate’s Degree in Radiologic Technology

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Associate’s Degree in Radiologic Technology
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Last updated at October 13, 2021

The curriculum for an Associate in Arts degree in Radiologic Technology includes general education courses as well as courses specific to the field. Upon completing the program, students are qualified to take the American Registry exam and obtain certification as a radiologic technologist.

Students may also apply their Associate in Arts degree toward a BAS degree in the field.

Coursework

Coursework specific to the field of radiology typically includes

  • Clinical Education
  • Patient Care Procedures
  • Positioning and Related Anatomy
  • Medical Terminology
  • Radiologic Techniques
  • Radiographic Physics
  • Radiation Protection
  • Quality Assurance
  • and Concept Integration.

Grade Requirements

Students who wish to earn an Associate in Arts degree in Radiologic Technology must earn a C or better in all of the above courses.

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