Radiographic and Imaging Sciences/ Diagnostic Medical Sonography
The Radiography Program prepares a student for licensure as a radiographer. Graduates work in hospitals, imaging centers, and clinics where they take diagnostic X-rays for physician evaluation. Opportunities are available to train in Ultrasound, MRI, and CT (advanced procedures) after licensure. Graduates may also work in industry in the areas of quality control and research and development.
A.S. Degree in Radiographic and Imaging Sciences
Awards and Certificates at increasing levels of competency.
EDD Occupational Guides*
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