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Accredited Radiology Technician Schools

Radiology technicians perform imaging studies are known as X-rays. Radiology technicians who complete an associate's degree in radiology from an accredited program approved by the American Registry of radiologic technologists (ARRT), are eligible to take the ARRT exam. Students who pass the ARRT exam is certified as radiologic technologists. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment opportunities for radiologic technologists is expected to grow by 17 percent from 2008 to 2018.

Paris Junior College

Radiology techs work under the direction and supervision of doctors and dentists.

Paris Junior College was founded in 1924. Paris Junior College was accredited in 1934 by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of colleges and schools. Paris Junior College offers an Associate of Applied Sciences (AAS) in radiology technology. Paris Junior College offers financial aid to eligible students. Assistance available to students include Student Scholarships, loans, grants, military and veterans benefits and installment plans. Graduates from the associate's degree program in radiology are eligible to take the American Registry of radiologic Technology (ARRT) exam.

Paris Junior College
2400 Clarksville St
Paris, TX 75460
903-785-7661
parisjc.edu

Sanford-Brown
Diagnostic imaging procedures include x-ray, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance and mammography.

Sanford-Brown was accredited in 2009 by the accrediting the free schools and higher education. Sanford-Brown was founded in New York in 1977 and was managed by two medical doctors. Sanford-Brown now offers career-focused programs at 31 college campuses in 16 states. Sanford-Brown offers a certificate program in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The Magnetic Resonance Imaging program was designed for graduates with an Associate of Applied Science in radiologic sciences degree, who holds a current American Registry of radiologic technologists (ARRT) certification. Sanford-Brown offers qualified students with financial aid. Assistance available to students include scholarships, Student loans, grants and work-training

Sanford-Brown
9630 North 25th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85021
877-406-2333
sanfordbrown.edu

Pima Medical Institute
Skills in more than one diagnostic image-building procedure is desirable to employers.

Pima Medical Institute was accredited in 2001 by Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools. Pima Medical Institute offers a two-year-old Associates in Radiology education on campuses in Albuquerque; Chula Vista, CA; Denver, CO; Houston, TX; Las Vegas, NV; Mesa, AZ; Seattle, WA; and Tucson, AZ. graduates of associate's degree program in radiology are eligible to take the American Registry of radiologic Technology degree. Pima Medical Institute also offers a Bachelor of Science in radiologic Sciences degree program online. Students must have a current American Registry of radiologic technologists (ARRT) certification to register for online bachelor's degree. The Bachelor of Science in radiologic sciences takes about 15 months to complete

Pima Medical Institute
2301 San Pedro NE, Suite D
Albuquerque 87110
505-881. -1314
pmi.edu

Piedmont Technical College
A Radiology tech can be specialized in the CT scan, mammography, Bone Densitometry or other advanced image processing technology.

Piedmont Technical College was founded in 1966. Piedmont Technical College was accredited in 1972 by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of colleges and schools. Piedmont Technical College offers a two-year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in radiology technology training. A GPA at Piedmont Technical College at 2.5 is required for admission in the radiology program. Piedmont offers financial aid to eligible students. Assistance available to students include Student Scholarships, loans, grants, work study, military and veterans benefits and installment plans. Graduates from the associate's degree program in radiology are eligible to take the American Registry of radiologic Technology degree.

Piedmont Technical College
620 North Emerald Road
Greenwood, SC 29646
864-941-8324
ptc.edu sale

South Texas College
Most Radiology techs have associate's degrees in radiologic technology.

South Texas College was established in 1993 by the Texas legislature. South Texas College is the only Community College in Texas, to be defined by the Texas legislature. South Texas College was accredited in 1995 by the Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of colleges and schools. South Texas College offers a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in radiologic Technology. Texas College offers qualified students with financial aid. Assistance available to students include Student Scholarships, loans, grants, work study programs and exceptions. A waiver is a form of financial aid that gives Texas residents to attend college without having to pay tuition. Graduates from the associate's degree program in radiology are eligible to take the American Registry of radiologic Technology (ARRT) exam.

 

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