Radiologic Technology, AS
Join the high demand field of radiologic technology.
A Radiologic Technologist produces images of the human body that are used in various diagnostic procedures. He or she uses a combination of technology, science, patient care and collaboration to perform job-related duties.
Doctors rely on Radiologic Technologists to take accurate X-rays while maintaining a high level of sensitivity with patients. Technologists may work in hospitals, clinics or other diagnostic imaging centers.
- 24-month, accredited Associate of Science Degree program.
- Provides both a strong liberal arts foundation and professional training.
- The clinical component of the program requires hands-on experience in various healthcare settings in the greater Omaha area, western Iowa and surrounding counties (Students will be responsible for personal transportation to and from these off-campus clinical sites).
- State-of-the-art, fully energized digital X-ray lab
- Students must earn a total of 80 credits for this degree program.
More Program Information
- Rad Tech Mission, Goals & Objectives
- Rad Tech Technical Standards
- Rad Tech Program Effectiveness Data
- Rad Tech Program Student Handbook
Radiologic Technologist Salary & Job Outlook
O*Net Online indicates the U.S. median salary in May 2015 for a Radiologic Technologist was $56,670 per year ($27.25 per hour), while the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a faster than average job growth of 9 percent between 2014 and 2024.
Radiologic Technology Professional Organizations
The Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Inquiries regarding accreditation may be directed to: Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182. Phone: 312-704-5300 Fax: 312-704-5304 Website: www.jrcert.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Degree Options
Nebraska Methodist College offers several degree options in medical imaging: