Radiology Associate Programs

The use of various imaging technologies – such as X-rays, computed tomography (CT) scans, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and ultrasounds – falls under the professional health care heading of radiology.

What is this degree/program of study about?

The most typical radiology associate program may be an associate of applied science in radiography. This degree is structured to prepare students to properly perform execute necessary radiologic practices. Because the radiographic imaging involved in this field are used for both diagnosis and to create treatment plans, both technological and specialized medical expertise are considered among necessary acumen.

What does it take to earn this degree, and what will it result in for graduates?

A typical radiology associate program takes about two years to complete. And while it does not require prior educational expertise in the field, it may be an advantage to already be working in the field – although it is generally not necessary. Students will study topics like radiography, pathology, methods of patient care, radiographic biology, and principles of exposure, among other curriculum, and will be prepared for careers are radiologic technicians or radiographers upon completion. Such degrees may see job growth of about 17 percent through 2018 (BLS.gov) – a number that well eclipses the average for all occupations.

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Purdue University
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ECPI University
ECPI University

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Rasmussen College
Rasmussen College

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Southern Technical College
Southern Technical College

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Miller-Motte College
Miller-Motte College

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McCann School of Business and Technology
McCann School of Business and Technology

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Stevens-Henager College
Stevens-Henager College

NCA

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