What Can I Do With a Major in…Radiologic Technology
Why Major in Radiologic Technology?
The graduate with a Radiologic Technology Major, Bachelor of Science Degree will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Communicate effectively in oral and written form (communicating).
- Collect, analyze and apply information to solve problems (managing information).
- Use various field and lab techniques and/or instrumentation with understanding, accuracy, precision, and safety (technology).
- Exhibit the ethical use of knowledge, materials and procedures that demonstrates an impact on society (valuing).
- Accurately integrate their knowledge of anatomy, positioning and radiographic techniques to demonstrate structures on an image or radiograph.
- Examine images for the purpose of evaluating technique, patient positioning and other pertinent technical qualities.
- Demonstrate mastery of Radiologic Technology by challenging the licensure exam of ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technology) after completing a clinical rotation at an affiliated hospital.
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Radiologic technicians can find work in a number of different settings, including hospitals, doctor’s offices, outpatient clinics, imaging center and diagnostic and medical laboratories.
Radiologic technicians can also consider career options, such as radiologic equipment sales manager or radiologic trainer.
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