Degree: Associate in Science

The Radiologic Technologist program will prepare you to perform imaging procedures of bones, organs and vascular structures using digital imaging equipment to detect fractures, foreign objects and demonstrate tissue trauma and disease. Radiographers work within all healthcare areas such as diagnostics, mobile & surgical radiography, computed tomography (CT), MRI, mammography, interventional imaging, and bone densitometry.

Career Opportunities:

  • Radiologic Technologist
  • Department Supervisor and Administrator
  • Hospital Administrator
  • Radiologist Assistant
  • Radiation Therapist
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Educator

Program Stats:

  • 14% industry Growth
  • Available at QCC Worcester
  • 72 Credits
  • $57,450 Median Salary
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