Radiologic Technology Degrees
What can you do with a degree in radiologic technology?
We’re glad you asked about the outlook for those who graduate with a degree in radiologic technology, as this field presents exciting career opportunities. A lot of your career opportunities come down to your education and training background. The good news is that no matter how far along you are in your radiologic technology journey, there is always room to grow your career and continue learning.
Types of Degrees
First, it’s important to understand the different education paths you can pursue in this field. Like many healthcare professions, you can begin with a certificate or associate-level degree, working your way up to a bachelor’s, or master’s degree
Radiologic technologist’s do far more than make exposures on patients, they are highly qualified imaging professionals who play an integral role in surgery, assist radiologists in special procedures, operate mobile radiography units, assist in cardiac catheritzation procedures, and so much more! . A radiologic technologist must be truly committed to: professionalism, patient care, safety, and exercising a holistic approach to all patients through empathy and compassion.
The field of radiologic technology is anything but limited. Professionals in the field can go on to further their education and become specialized in areas such as sonography, mammography, bone densitometry, computerized technology, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, cardiac and vascular intervention, radiologic education or administration…
Launch Your Career
To learn about Northwestern College’s associate in Radiologic Technology, contact an education specialist today.