The Radiologic Technology-(AAS) degree program at Concorde Career Colleges will provide and maintain an excellent learning environment and curriculum while preparing students for entry-level, diagnostic radiographer positions in the growing medical field.
As part of their education, students will gain the knowledge and training necessary to perform medical imaging examinations. Students will develop problem solving and critical thinking skills, as well as practice effective communication skills. Students and graduates will demonstrate the values and ethics of the Registered Technologist in Radiology, RT(R). The Radiologic Technology-(AAS) degree program at Concorde Career Colleges provides the healthcare community with quality radiographers.
Statement of values
The Radiologic Technology program is committed to:
Students in our Radiologic Technology-(AAS) program can earn their Associate of Applied Science degree in 20 months.*
*Program length and degree type may vary by campus.
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“I thoroughly enjoyed my education at Concorde, and now I have a superb job! The program was accelerated, so I was graduating almost before I knew it. I'm now taking x-rays in the operating room at one of the top 100 hospitals in the nation. My program offered a wide variety of educational settings: large hospitals, orthopedic clinics, level one trauma facilities, not to mention the assortment of equipment at school. ”