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Radiologic Technology

Quick Facts

Earning Potential:

Median $61,980/year


Time Frame:

  • 2,032 Clock Hours (2 Years)
  • Begins each January

Location:

📌Adult Main Campus


Total Estimated Cost:

Total Cost: $23,932


Admission Info:

Pre-Requisites:
  • Legal and Ethical Issues In Health Occupations
  • Medical Terminology
  • Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 
  • Applied Human Anatomy
  • Interpersonal Communications  
  • Written Communications  
  • Applications in Algebra
  • Introduction to Physics
WorkKeys Requirements:
  • Applied Math - 5
  • Graphic Literacy - 4
  • Workplace Docs - 5

Accreditations:

Council on Occupational Education Seal
Enroll in Adult Education Programs

Program Overview

The Collins Career Technical Center in Ohio offers a Radiologic Technology program for individuals interested in becoming radiologic technologists. The curriculum covers anatomy and physiology, radiologic procedures, patient care, and radiation safety, as well as hands-on training in a clinical setting. The program is full-time and typically takes 21 months to complete. Upon completing the program, students can take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification examination to become licensed radiologic technologists. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the median annual wage for radiologic technologists was $61,980 in May 2021. Job growth for radiologic technologists is projected to be much faster than average for all occupations.


What do Radiologic Technologists do?

  • Adjust and maintain imaging equipment
  • Follow precise orders from physicians on what areas of the body to image
  • Prepare patients for procedures, including taking a medical history and shielding exposed areas that do not need to be imaged
  • Position the patient and the equipment in order to get the correct image
  • Operate the computerized equipment to take the images
  • Work with physicians to evaluate the images and to determine whether additional images need to be taken
  • Keep detailed patient records

Faculty

Beth Torlone MHA, RT-R, ARRT

Faculty Information

Location(s)
Adult Education Center, Adult Education Annex
Department(s)
Program Directors, Radiologic Technology
Title(s)
Radiologic Technology Program Director
Employed Since
2022

Contact Information

School Email
(Primary)
School Phone
(740) 867-6641   x435

Education

Degree(s)
Bachelor of Science, Medical Imaging, Marshall University 2014
Master of Arts, Health Administration, Ohio University 2019

Dena Blevins BSRS, RT(R), ARRT

Faculty Information

Location(s)
Adult Education Center, Adult Education Annex
Department(s)
Radiologic Technology
Title(s)
Radiologic Technology Teacher, Clinical Coordinator
Employed Since
2003

Contact Information

School Email
(Primary)
School Phone
(740) 867-6641   x430

Education

Degree(s)
Bachelor of Science, Radiological Science, Florida College of Health Science 2008

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