In as few as 24 months, you could be ready to work as a radiologic technologist.1 With an Associate’s degree in Radiologic Technology, you'll gain proficiency in diagnostic imaging, physiology and radiation safety, and learn to confidently convey assured leadership with patients. Through career-focused curriculum and hands-on opportunities in this Radiologic Technology Associate's degree program, you'll be able to utilize standard X-ray, mobile X-ray and fluoroscopic technologies, along with patient care techniques. With practical, highly trained skills, you'll feel prepared and market-ready to enter the radiology field. The Radiology Technology Associate’s degree is available with $149 self-directed assessments, which allow you to prove that you already have the knowledge for a particular course and don't need to take it.
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- Completion time is dependent on the number of courses completed each term.
- The application fee for each qualified student’s first exam attempt is included in the total program costs. Should you need to take the exam more than once to receive a passing score, you will be responsible for all subsequent exam application fees.
- Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, [career information accessed October 6, 2021]
Strive for Industry Certification
Our Radiology Technology Associate's degree courses prepare you for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam to earn your certification and registration.2
Advance Your Education
Credits earned in this on-campus and online Radiologic Technology program transfer smoothly into our Health and Wellness Bachelor’s degree for even more in-demand knowledge and skills within the healthcare industry.
Pursue Potential Job Growth
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the projected job growth potential between 2020 and 2030 for Radiologic Technologists and Technicians is 9%.3 A Radiologic Technology degree from Rasmussen University can help set you up for success in this growing field.
Accurate Anatomical Imaging
Leverage foundational knowledge in anatomy and physiology to adapt exams to each patient for precise images.
Radiographic Equipment Operation
Use different types of radiographic equipment and evaluate technical factors to perform diagnostic imaging exams.
Adherence to Safety Standards
Follow radiation safety practices for patients and personnel.
Patient Care and Positioning
Accurately assess patient sensitivity and condition to modify procedures as needed while keeping patients informed along the way.
- RTE 1100
- On Campus and Online
- 5 Credits
- RTE 2300
- Clinical, On Campus and Online
- 5 Credits
- RTE 2600
- On Campus
- 10 Credits
Studies the process in which the X-ray circuit creates electrons and the interactions that occur inside and outside the X-ray tube.
Radiographic Positioning and Anatomy
Introduces radiography positioning and associated anatomy of the chest, bony thorax, upper extremities and abdomen.
Radiologic Technology Practicum I
Provides students with a clinical experience that includes a solid introduction to radiographic imaging in various clinical settings.
23 Courses to Complete
108 Credit Hours
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Entrance requirements for the School of Health Sciences vary by program. To learn more and receive help planning your healthcare career path, contact an admissions advisor who will speak to you about immunizations, background checks and TEAS scores.
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Higher education should be a manageable investment. Talk to an admissions advisor and learn how these programs can make it more affordable with self-directed assessments, credit for prior learning, loans and grants, scholarship opportunities, and corporate and military discounts for those who qualify.