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Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology
About The Degree
The radiologic technology course of study at Kettering College is approximately two academic years. It provides a combination of didactic theory and clinical applications of that theory to prepare students to meet the challenges of advancing technology in the current health care environment.
Kettering College’s radiologic technology program has high pass rates and hiring rates. With an 89% credential examination first-time pass rate (5 year average) our students are well prepared to head into their radiology career. 91% of our graduates (5 year average) obtain a job in the field of radiology within 12 months of finishing our program! Check out the rest of our program effectiveness data.
About The Profession
Radiologic technologists use sophisticated X-ray equipment in imaging body structures and organs to assist the physician in the diagnosis of diseases and injuries. Radiologic technologists, or radiographers, work in many types of imaging centers including, but not limited to, hospitals, clinics, mobile services, and doctors’ offices.
For more information about a career in radiologic technology, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics web site.
The radiologic sciences and imaging department is dedicated to educating students who are committed to becoming caring, competent, and professional imaging specialists. It is our commitment, through accredited student education, to provide the health care community with imaging specialists who are skilled professionals, serving human needs in the Christian context.
The radiologic technology graduate is eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ARRT RT (R) Entry Level Examination. While in the program, the student is eligible for licensure by the Ohio Department of Health X-Ray Control Program. Applicants may wish to contact other states for licensure requirements.
Approval and Accreditation
Kettering College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, approved by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA), and authorized by the Ohio Department of Higher Education. The radiologic technology course of study is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182, 312-704-5300, http://jrcert.org; and by the Ohio Department of Health X-Ray Control Program.