Radiographic Science

Learn in a state-of-the-art facility and enjoy a great career in one of the fastest growing fields in the US.

Degree Options Bachelor's, Associate
Locations Online, Lewiston

This competitive program is comprised of one year of preprofessional courses and two years of professional clinical theory and courses for the Associate of Science degree (AS). In one additional year you can earn a Bachelor’s degree. The program prepares students for the national radiography certification examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The RS Program has affiliations with a number of clinical sites ranging from small clinics to large regional medical centers, allowing for diverse and rewarding hands-on clinical training in a professional environment. With the number of radiologic technologists in the US projected to increase by 9% through 2028, the field of radiologic technology is expected to grow faster than average for all occupations.

A separate, formal application is required to apply to the LC State radiographic science program. Requirements and deadlines are listed on the Nursing & Health Sciences Division webpage

Related Careers

• Diagnostic technologist and technician, $64,040
• Radiologic technologist, $60,320
• MRI technologist, $70,490
• Diagnostic medical sonographer, $73,200

Career data and salary information sourced from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

“I love that the program is really built around hands-on learning. The faculty is right there with you throughout the program. It has also saved me a lot of money because the clinical component can be scheduled in my hometown and I can be practicing in my local community.” - Scott Mackenzie ‘20

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