Radiologic Technology

Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology

About The Degree

The radiologic technology course of study at Kettering College is five semesters long. Extensive training and knowledge are delivered in a competency-based format through a combination of didactic theory and clinical application in lab scenarios as well as local hospital settings.  This format prepares students to meet the challenges of continuously changing health care environments.


About The Profession

Radiologic Technology is a continuously evolving health science profession that combines the safe use of ionizing radiation with technologically advanced electronic acquisition and reconstruction of images. The radiologic technologist’s primary task is to provide adequate patient care and produce diagnostic radiographic images. These quality images are evaluated and interpreted by the radiologist, a physician who specializes in reading the exams and diagnosing disease.  Only when high quality exams and accurate diagnoses are obtained can patients be provided with the appropriate course of treatment. For more information about a career in radiologic technology, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics web site.

Mission Statement

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.

Program Effectiveness Data

Kettering College’s radiologic technology program has high pass rates and hiring rates. With an 87% credential examination first-time pass rate (5 year average) our students are well prepared to head into their radiology career. 93% 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.

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