Radiography/Medical Imaging

With 1,500+ hours of clinical experience, you’ll be ready to play a role in this rapidly growing field.

Radiography

Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)

Use the latest technology to help the healthcare team make informed medical decisions.

Whether you’re working toward an associate degree or plan to earn a Bachelor’s of Applied Health Studies, you’ll take away the knowledge, hands-on skills, and confidence to define your future in the field of radiography.

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Radiography (A.A.S.)

Working in our newly upgraded radiography lab, you’ll be ready to fill the vital role of a highly-skilled radiologic technologist.

Applied Health Studies, Completion (B.S.)

Students who have earned an associate’s degree from Penn College in radiography are eligible to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Applied Health Studies. 

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06.08.2020

Penn College Career Services helps students adapt to new reality

Since the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered society, Career Services at Pennsylvania College of Technology has instilled a credo in ...

06.03.2020

Radiography director elected to professional society’s board

Christine L. Eckenrod, radiography program director at Pennsylvania College of Technology, was recently elected to a two-year ...

10.29.2019

‘Pink Out’ classes color their world with hope

Penn College programs went pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Oct. 9, radiography students dressed in pink. Potential ...