This program prepares you to become a radiographer who administers ionizing radiation for medical diagnostic imaging purposes. Emphasis is on radiation protection and quality patient care. The curriculum is comprised of specialized courses in radiography with concentrated study in the basic sciences, mathematics and general education.

Once enrolled in the Radiography program, you must achieve a minimum grade of "C" in each Radiography course. Upon completion of the program, you'll be eligible to apply to write the examination for registration as a radiographer by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Radiographers may find positions in hospitals, health clinics, and physicians' offices. Research laboratories and some industrial firms may also employ radiographers.

Note: CPR certificate must be obtained prior to enrolling in IMG(RADI) 100 and certification must be kept current throughout the program. The curriculum requires attendance in the summer session, fall and spring semesters.

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Associate in Applied Science Degree

  • Radiography (Track 1)


  • Advanced Imaging Radiography: Computed Tomography

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Contact Information

Homer Terry, Professor and Program Coordinator
(606) 487-3389 or (800) 246-7521, Ext. 73389

Tim Whittaker, Professor and Program Faculty
(606) 487-3390 or (800) 246-7521, Ext. 73390

Astor Halcomb, Professor and Clinical Coordinator
(606) 589-2145 or (888) 274-7322, Ext. 13310

Terri Fields, Administrative Assistant
(606) 487-3394 or (800) 246-7521, Ext. 73394

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