The two most common program structures for a bachelor’s in radiologic technology are four-year degree plans and two-year degree completion or transfer programs. To enter a traditional, four-year degree program, students must complete prerequisite courses in science and math before applying to the RT degree program at the university of their choice.

A bachelors in radiologic technology (also known as a bachelor’s in radiologic science or radiography and sometimes referred to as a bachelor’s degree in radiology) prepares to use advanced medical technology to produce images of the body for diagnosis and treatment as well as how to provide competent patient care.

A radiology degree creates numerous career opportunities because it deals with patients of all ages. Students with an affinity for working with children might specialize in pediatric radiography or become an ultrasound technician. Sonography can also be used to diagnose illnesses in adults.

A bachelor’s can also allow you to add modalities or secondary disciplines to your RT certification or license. In addition, some employers may favor candidates who have a bachelor’s degree or higher for positions in supervision and management.

Completing a radiology bachelor’s degree typically takes at least four years of full-time study including coursework and clinical placements. Both on-campus and online study options are available, although face-to-face clinical placements may still be required as part of online programs. Continue reading to learn more about how a bachelors in radiologic technology can support your career in medical imaging.

Due to the hands-on nature of work in the RT field, students seeking initial certification or licensure should expect to complete most, if not all, of their program coursework in a traditional, on-campus setting.

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