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Radiologic Technology

ACHIEVE A NEW CAREER IN AS FEW AS 20 MONTHS

Have you been thinking of a career in radiology, or are you searching for radiology technician schools? Concorde Career College can help you realize your career aspirations through an Associate degree in the exciting, growing field of diagnostic healthcare.

Serve the health of your community through work you love

You can play a vital role in supporting the healthcare needs and challenges of your community through a career in diagnostic radiology that supports the short- and long-term health needs and goals of patients.

Career-driven curriculum

As a radiologic technician, your daily tasks can vary depending on the kind of environment in which you work. Concorde can prepare you comprehensively for successful entry into the field of radiology through comprehensive technical training.

Career outlook

Rad tech jobs are projected to grow at a higher-than-average rate of 21%. This field is forecasted to continue its growth because of an increase in breaks and fractures due to osteoporosis and other medical conditions unique to a growing aging population. The radiology technician salary in 2012 was $55,910; however, this varies depending on region.* 
*Source: BLS.gov

Financial aid

Concorde is committed to you, and part of this commitment means ensuring you have access to comprehensive information and guidance in the financial aid process. Financial aid is available to those who qualify, and scholarship programs are also offered by Concorde for those who qualify.

Join our family

To learn more about Concorde’s radiology technician programs, request information, or call Concorde Career College at 1-800-693-7010.

Opportunity awaits.

Classroom-to-career skills training

Coursework emphasizes skills directly transferable to a real-world work setting, including the following focus areas:

  • Vital sign checks
  • CPR
  • Medical terminology
  • Positioning
  • Anatomy and physiology

Where can a radiologic technician work?

Radiologic technicians are in demand in a variety of job settings, including:

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Private practices
  • Group practices

Accreditation

Accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC), a nationally recognized accrediting agency.

*Memphis campus is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE).

Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the radiologic technician program?

The radiologic technician program can be completed in as few as 20 months.

When does the radiologic technology program start?

Click here, or call 1-800-693-7010 to find out when a program starts at a campus location near you.

What is the radiologic technician career outlook?

According to BLS.gov, this job field is expected to grow by 21% through 2022. As the healthcare industry grows to meet the needs of those with conditions correlating to an aging population, such as osteoporosis, the need for radiologic technicians is expected to rise.

Why should I become a radiology technician?

You can join an exciting, challenging and growing employment field where professional satisfaction can be high as you nurture the health of others on a daily basis. You can achieve your dreams of serving a critical role on the front lines of patient care in a variety of job settings.

Does Concorde have online radiologic technician programs?

No, but we offer our Radiologic Technology program at a variety of campus locations throughout the country.

Does Concorde offer radiologic technician externships?

No, Concorde does not offer externship opportunities in this area at this time, but we do incorporate real-world training experiences in our programs.

How much is tuition for Concorde’s radiologic technology programs?

For program-specific tuition information, please see our program disclosures, or call 1-800-693-7010.