Radiologic TechnologyAchieve an Associate Degree in as few as 20 months*
Being a radiologic technologist (RAD), you get the chance to perform diagnostic imaging exams, such as x rays and CT scans, looking at issues for patients. The RAD works with physicians to evaluate the images and determine if more need to be taken, keeps detailed patient records, prepares patients for procedures, and operates equipment for images.
Serve the health of your community through work you love
The Radiologic Technology associate degree program teaches students the technical skills needed to be successful in their jobs. Skills such as vital sign checks, CPR, medical terminology, the positioning of body and equipment, anatomy and physiology, and more. The RAD program is offered at our Aurora, CO campus.
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Have you been thinking of a career in radiology, or are you searching for radiology technology programs near you? Concorde can help you realize your career aspirations through an associate degree in the exciting, growing field of diagnostic health care. Reach out and learn about our classes and requirements today!
*Program length varies by location