Radiology technicians are responsible for producing clear and accurate images of the body, helping physicians diagnose and treat many medical conditions.
Rad techs work in hospitals and private medical facilities performing x-rays and have the opportunity after graduation to obtain more certifications in advanced modalities such as CT, MRI, mammography and more.
You will learn theory and participate in labs where you will practice positioning patients, manipulate equipment, communicating with patients and producing clear and accurate images.
Upon successful completion, you will be eligible and ready to take the ARRT exam and become a Registered Technologist RT (R) and begin an exciting new career.
Do you want a career where the duties change throughout the day? Do you have a great attention to detail and enjoy working with and talking to people?
A career as a rad tech is for you. Every day and every patient is different. You will be able to support doctors with imaging and help patients through difficult times.
Program Mission Statement
To provide immediate and future educational opportunities for students seeking an Associates of Applied Science in Radiography while abiding by current standards and guidelines adopted by the:
Aims Community College is fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.