Launch a Picture-Perfect Career With an Associate Degree in Radiography.
July 28, 2020
Radiologic technologists, also known as radiographers or rad techs, fulfill an important role in the healthcare field. These skilled professionals use X-ray machines and other types of cutting-edge imaging equipment to take pictures of the inside of the human body. By capturing precise images of patients’ bones, organs and soft tissues, a rad tech helps doctors diagnose and treat many different kinds of injury and disease.
If you’re interested in joining this in-demand specialty field, an associate degree in radiologic technology from Baker College can help you begin a career in as little as two years. Our fully accredited program is designed by industry employers and taught by working radiographers, so you can be sure you’re getting an education that’s as up to date and real-world relevant as possible.
From classroom lessons and lab work to closed-circuit video training and hands-on clinical experiences with real patients, we’ve got all the academic and professional resources you need to get hired as an ARRT-certified radiographer.
At Baker College, you can go after your goals with confidence knowing that we’ll be there to guide and support you every step of the way. We know college is an investment, and we’re committed to bringing you a top-quality education at an affordable price. In addition to low tuition rates and generous financial aid packages, students in BC’s radiologic technology program may also qualify for an additional $6,000 direct admission scholarship.
Ready to take your next step toward a promising career? Contact us for more information about the radiologic technology program at Baker College.