The Associate Degree program in radiologic technology includes both classroom instruction and experiences in the clinical setting of the health care institutions in the area. This provides students with opportunities for direct patient care
involving those who are sick and injured, as well as those for whom radiologic diagnosis is
indicated. The radiographer is a skilled person, qualifi ed by technological education to provide
patient services using imaging modalities as directed by physicians. Others are employed as
technical advisers and representatives for radiologic equipment and supply manufacturers.
The associate degree program may be articulated into any of the BSRS programs.
Program Details from 2010-2011 bulletin