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about the program

Mission Statement

The Radiologic Technology program is a a comprehensive competency-based program of study that prepares students to sit for the National Registry Examination offered by the American Registry of Registered Technologists (ARRT) and allows successful students to graduate with expertise at the entry level in the field of diagnostic radiology. Students will be able to use critical thinking skills and the application of technology for the fullfillment of personal goals, for community-centered professional practice, or to be eligible for education and training in other specialized diagnostic imaging fields.

About the Program:

  • We offer an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree that may be completed within 2 years of admission into the program.

  • The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) until 2016.

  • The program will admit 20 students every summer semester.

  • The program is affiliated with Yuma Regional Medical Center and several medical offices in the Yuma and La Paz community.

  • The program prepares students to pass the National Registry Board Exam which is required by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists to become a registered technologist.

  • The program is designed to graduate competent entry level diagnostic Radiologic Technologists with eligibility to be trained in other specialized imaging areas such as Computerized Tomography, Ultrasound, Radiation Therapy, Nuclear Medicine, Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Special Procedures.

  • Graduates are eligible to seek national licensure as a Registered Technologist RT (R) and must be licensed by the State of Arizona.

  • Program Outcomes (JRCERT)
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