The Radiologic Technology program prepares students for employment as entry medical radiographers. We offer a 62-credit Associate of Applied Science degree that takes approximately three academic years of full-time enrollment to complete. Students enrolled in our full-major Radiologic Technology program complete over 1200 hours of clinicals alongside working professionals in local imaging centers. Students completing the program are eligible to apply for certification with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.Learn more about the degree
What is Rad Tech?
The primary role of the radiographer is to provide diagnostic images of the structure and function of anatomy to assist the physician in the treatment of injury and disease. Graduates are prepared with the technical skills necessary to perform a variety of diagnostic radiographic examinations. Examples of examinations performed include chest, upper and lower extremities, spine, ribs, skull, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and reproductive systems.
Getting StartedCurrent high schools students or high school grads Change of Major and Transfer Students UAS and UAF Students Students Ready to Apply to the Full-Major Program
2017 Application Workshop
The annual application workshop is designed to support students applying to the 2017 full-major program. The Radiologic Technology program will provide an overview of the program and it's application process while also discussing expectations for the interview process. This is a great opportunity for students to get last minute questions answered as they ready their applications for this year's selection process. This year's workshop will be held on Wednesday March 22nd at 3pm in AHS 206. Video conferencing will be available to Fairbanks, Sitka, and other campuses upon request.