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Radiologic Technology

The Radiologic Technology Program prepares the student to become an essential member of the health care team.

The student radiographer learns about the characteristics and potential hazards of radiation, and applies this knowledge to produce quality diagnostic images which will assist the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and diseases.

 
This 24 month program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Information regarding the  program's current accreditation status and length of accreditation is available at this location. Upon completion of this program, the graduate is eligible for certification by the American Registry Radiologic Technologists. Upon passing this examination, graduates are entitled to use the abbreviation R.T. (registered technologist) after their names and to the privileges offered by this registration.
Additional information on admission requirements and placement test scores can be found under the Rad Tech Major page.
 
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
  • AAS Degree - Radiologic Technology
  • Allied Health Science Certificate
  • Advance Certificate in Computed Tomography

Visit the Programs and Classes section of the York Tech website for more information.

PROGRAM STANDARDS

Download Program Standards for Radiologic Technology (PDF)

Mission Statement:

The Radiologic Technology Program at York Technical College is an accredited, associate degree program which provides accessible relevant and high quality education.  Through various delivery methods, the Program prepares qualified students to produce diagnostic images using radiographic equipment and imaging systems under the direction of a physician. By providing a comprehensive program of competency-based instruction in Radiologic Technology, the Program promotes an atmosphere of life-long learning for the purpose of graduating competent radiographers who are able to function as radiologic science professionals in the healthcare community.