Start off or advance your health care career by earning your Associate in Science in Radiography! This 77-credit hour program prepares you for work as a radiographer in inpatient and outpatient facilities.
Radiographers perform diagnostic medical imaging examinations and therapeutic treatments. Radiographers may specialize in radiography, magnetic resonance, computed tomography, bone densitometry, sonography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, mammography, cardiac interventional, quality management and vascular interventional.
The Associate in Science in Radiography program at CF focuses on the knowledge and skills necessary to become a Registered Technologist-Radiography (R.T. (R)). Radiographers use x-radiation to produce images of human anatomy for the diagnosis and treatment of pathology and injury. Radiographers use their expertise and knowledge of radiation safety, patient care and education, imaging procedures, equipment operation and quality assurance, and image acquisition and technical evaluation to assess patients, select optimum radiographic imaging techniques, and evaluate the medical image.
The Radiography Program is Limited Access. Please see the application information packet for admissions and acceptance criteria.
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$112.92 per credit hour*