Radiologic Technology/Adult

Radiologic Technologists (Radiographer) work under the supervision of physicians, who are primarily Radiologists, operating radiologic equipment to produce radiographs of the body for diagnostic purposes. Various duties of students will include moving the radiology equipment into the specified positions and with proper training, adjusting the equipment control to set exposure techniques and factors based on cognitive and psychomotor skill obtained. Students will also gain limited knowledge and skills in specialty areas such as computed tomography, bone densitometry, mammography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, special procedures, and ultrasound and radiation oncology. This career major prepares students to sit for a National Certification exam given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.