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Radiologic Technology

Take a Look Inside… Become a Radiologic Technologist

Radiologic Sciences is one of the fastest-evolving areas of heath care today. High tech imaging methods employed in the radiologic sciences include x-radiation (x-rays), magnetic energy, and sonographic energy. The largest component of radiologic sciences is Diagnostic Medical Imaging, which involves the production of images used to diagnose medical conditions, injuries, etc. by a professional called a Radiologic Technologist, or Radiographer. At Sinclair Community College, the Radiologic Technology Program prepares you to successfully work in this technologically-advanced field by developing your skills in communication, diversity, scientific inquiry, critical thinking and judgment.

Our program provides students interested in radiologic technology with the necessary skills to prepare them to enter the workforce as an entry-level radiologic technologist (radiographer).

This program might be for you if:

  • You learn quickly and are interested in new, developing technologies and advances.
  • You enjoy working with people and have a desire to help a diverse population with health issues and/or injuries.
  • You enjoy working in a fast-paced field while performing a variety of tasks.
  • You would like to work in the health care field with skills in demand across the country.

Our graduates find employment in a variety of in-demand positions across the United States. From hospitals to private offices, equipment manufacturers to education and imaging centers to research centers, our graduates will be prepared to enter any position confidently and competently.

Important Information about Life and Health Sciences Programs: The Life and Health Sciences (LHS) Programs consist of open enrollment (general education and division specific courses) and program specific courses with limited enrollment. The open enrollment courses may be taken prior to entry into the limited enrollment courses. To qualify for entry to limited enrollment courses, please see the program specific information packet located on each LHS program's webpage.

Short-term Technical Certificate

Special Medical Imaging

The short term certificate in special medical imaging is designed to provide radiographers certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) with didactic and clinical education in Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Mammography. Didactic courses focus on current CT, MRI and Mammography principles while clinical courses provide students with real-life experience and development of hands-on skills needed to pursue employment opportunities in CT, MRI and Mammography.

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Degree Programs

Radiologic Technology - Associate of Applied Science

As a specialized discipline within the radiologic science profession, radiographers perform medical imaging procedures to aid the physician in the diagnosis and treatment of injury and disease. Graduates will be eligible to apply for the national credentialing examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Successful completion of the ARRT credentialing examination simultaneously satisfies the Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Radiologic Licensure Program requirements.

The Radiologic Technology program is designed to be completed in five (5) semesters on a full-time basis when the student begins the technical portion of the program. The degree program consists of open enrollment courses (general education and division specific) and program specific courses with limited enrollment. The open enrollment courses may be taken prior to entry into the limited enrollment courses. To qualify for entry to limited enrollment courses, please see the Applicant Information packet located on the webpage. Completion of prerequisites and a cumulative GPA of 2.5 is required, as well as a grade of C or higher is required in all program courses.

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Program Accreditation Information
The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), located at 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL. 60606. www.jrcert.org


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Transfer Opportunities

Make the most of your education by starting at Sinclair Community College. Our quality programs and low tuition make it a great place to start even if you intend to further your education beyond an associate degree or certificate. You would be surprised at the money you could save by completing your first two years of study at Sinclair—just take a look at our low tuition and see the savings for yourself. You can also learn more by visiting Sinclair’s Transfer Web site »

Articulation & Transfer Agreements

Sinclair works directly with many four-year schools in Ohio and beyond to ensure the college credit you earn will transfer easily to those schools. By developing articulation agreements, formal agreements between colleges detailing the recognition of college credit between the schools, you will know you are meeting the requirements needed at the four-year school of your choice. Learn more about articulation and transfer »

Radiologic Technology Agreements

Sinclair Community College has worked to develop program-specific agreements to assist you in a more seamless process when transferring from a specific Sinclair degree program to a bachelor’s degree program in the same area of study.

Programs & Articulation Agreements

Radiologic Technology, Associate of Applied Science

Articulation agreements in place for transfer to:

  • University of Cincinnati, Raymond Walters College
    (Radiation Science Technology)

Transferring Individual Classes

In addition to transferring with a degree, college credit for many courses, including some radiologic technology program requirements, are accepted at other colleges and universities. Learn more about course equivalency »

General Agreements

While at Sinclair, if you plan to complete any associate degree program, there are agreements in place to help you easily transfer into a variety of bachelor’s degree completion programs.

Your transfer opportunities
may include:

  • Antioch University McGregor
  • Franklin University
  • Kaplan University
  • Ohio Dominican University
  • Ohio University
  • Purdue University
  • Strayer University
  • Wilberforce University
  • Wright State University
  • and more…

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Ohio Transfer Module

The Associate of Arts and the Associate of Science degree programs fulfill the requirements for the Ohio Transfer Module at other public colleges and universities. Students in applied associate degree programs may complete some individual transfer module courses within their degree program or continue beyond their program to complete the entire transfer module.

Upon completion of the Ohio Transfer Module, students will be able to enter most Ohio four-year colleges and universities as a junior with your general education requirements completed. Find out more about the Ohio Transfer Module…

Please Note: Sinclair continues to work with other colleges and universities to provide more opportunities through new articulation and transfer agreements. Please consult with an academic advisor for the most up-to-date information.

Related Programs

Sinclair Community College offers a wide variety of certificate and degree programs. With so many to choose from, we are sure that you can find a program that suits your needs. If you are interested in the radiologic technology programs, you might also be interested in learning more about these programs at Sinclair: