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Radiologic Technology Associate Degree Program

Aurora, CO and Memphis, TN

Prepare for a new career sooner than you think

Becoming a radiological technologist allows you to perform x-rays. Physicians use these images to diagnose injuries and illnesses, plan treatments and more. 

Radiologic Technologist Career Overview

As a Radiologic Technologist (RAD), you’ll perform diagnostic imaging exams, like X-rays to look for patient issues. The RAD works with physicians in hospitals, healthcare facilities, local medical centers, or imaging centers to:

  • Evaluate images & determine if more are needed
  • Maintain detailed patient records
  • Prepare patients for procedures
  • Operate equipment for images

Radiologic Technology Degree Program Overview

The Radiologic Technology Associate and Associate of Applied Science Degree programs teach students the technical skills needed to be successful in their jobs. Skills such as:

  • Vital sign checks
  • CPR
  • Medical terminology
  • Positioning patient's body & equipment
  • Anatomy & physiology

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Concorde can help you realize your career aspirations through an associate degree in the field of diagnostic health care, as a radiologic technologist. Reach out and learn about our classes and requirements today!  

  1. **Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projected national growth in job openings for radiologic and MRI technologists. 2022-2032 Projections are national. Local job market demand may vary.




National Employment Demand (2022-2032)


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As a Radiologic Technologist, your daily tasks 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.

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

Program Mission Statement: 

The program provides and maintains a supportive learning environment and curriculum that prepares for entry-level, diagnostic radiographer positions. 

Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes:

Goal 1: Students will demonstrate clinical competency.

Student Learning Outcomes: 

  • Students will utilize proper positioning skills.
  • Students will obtain radiographs of acceptable diagnostic quality.
  • Students will exercise proper radiation protection. 

Goal 2: Students will develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Student Learning Outcomes: 

  • Students will be able to modify standard procedures to accommodate non-routine patient conditions.
  • Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to critique images to determine diagnostic quality.

Goal 3: Students will apply effective communication skills.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills.
  • Students will exercise effective written communication skills.

Program Effectiveness Data can also be found at

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850

Chicago, IL 60606-3182

(312) 704-5300 - (Email)

Career Outlook

Demand for Radiologic Technologists

This field is forecast 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. Radiologic techs may work at:

  • Hospitals
  • Clinics
  • Private Practices
  • Group Practices


Projected national job demand for Radiologic Technologists from 2022-2032 

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Projection

Note: Concorde does not guarantee employment or subsequent salary.

Financial Aid

As part of our commitment to your success, Concorde ensures that you have access to comprehensive information and guidance in navigating the financial aid process. Concorde offers financial aid and scholarship programs to those who qualify.


Accreditation and licensure are an important part of an academic institution’s operation. Visit our Accreditations and Licensure page for more details about our accreditations and licensure.

Aurora, CO Campus:

Memphis, TN Campus: 

JRCERT: Accredited

The Radiologic Technology (Associate of Applied Science) program in Aurora, CO is accredited for 5 years by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182; 312-704-5300 or;

  • Aurora, CO

JRCERT: Accredited

The Radiologic Technology (Associate of Applied Science) program in Memphis, TN is accredited for 8 years by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182; 312-704-5300 or;

  • Memphis, TN


Radiologic Technology Program FAQ

Frequently asked questions and answers.

6 Questions
The Radiologic Technologist program can be completed in as few as 21 months. Please check with an admissions advisor for program length information.
Contact us to find out when the Radiologic Technology program starts at a Concorde campus location near you.
According to, the Radiologic Technologist job field is projected to grow by 7 percent through 2029. As the health care industry grows to meet the needs of those with medical conditions correlating to an aging population, such as osteoporosis, the need for Radiologic Technologists is expected to rise.
Become a Radiologic Technologist to perform diagnostic imaging procedures, such as X-ray examinations, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans and computed tomography (CT) scans. You will be responsible for accurately positioning patients and ensuring that you produce a quality diagnostic image. Plus, work closely with radiologists to interpret medical images to either diagnose or rule out disease or injury.
Concorde incorporates real-world training and off-site clinical experiences in our programs.
For program-specific tuition information, please see the campus catalog.
  1. Program length may be subject to change dependent on transfer credits and course load. Please refer to current course catalog for more information. Concorde does not guarantee admittance, graduation, subsequent employment or salary amount.

  2. Professional certification is not a requirement for graduation, may not be a requirement for employment nor does it guarantee employment.

  3. Financial aid is available to those who qualify but may not be available for all programs. Concorde does not guarantee financial aid or scholarship awards or amounts.

  4. Clinical hour requirements and delivery may vary by campus location and may be subject to change. Concorde does not guarantee clinical site assignments based upon student preference or geographic convenience; nor do clinical experiences guarantee graduation, post-clinical employment or salary outcomes.

  5. Registration and certification requirements for taking and passing these examinations are not controlled by Concorde, but by outside agencies, and are subject to change by the agency without notice. Therefore, Concorde cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take these exams, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.