Our program prepares the student to become a registered medical radiographer.
Employment of radiographers is expected to grow by 28% through 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. (source)
The Bachelor's in Applied Health Studies gives me some flexibility within the health field for other jobs.
Cletus, A.A.S., Radiography, 1987, B.S., Applied Health Studies, 1999
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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
- expanding current clinical role
- health care practitioner
- management, administration, or education
- this program may also be used as a route of preparation for master's level studies
- MRI technologist
- New major
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Other Radiography Information
The radiography program’s faculty and staff are committed to helping students succeed academically. Additionally, students requiring assistance have a number of resources and locations across campus to which they can turn:
Policy & Procedure Manual
Condensed Policy & Procedure Manual (including partial clinical obligations)
NOTE: This manual does not include all Policies and Procedures that exist in the major; we have included only what we feel is important for a student to read prior to entering the major. The complete Policy & Procedure Manual is available in ATHS, Rm. W209.