Radiology

 

Image EvaluationBECOME A RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST

 

Radiologic technologists use x-ray equipment to create images of the internal body to diagnose injury and disease. Their services are performed at the request and under the supervision of a physician.

 

ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE IN RADIOLOGY

 

The NCTC Radiologic Technology Program is a two-year, 65-hour curriculum leading to an Associate of Applied Science Degree that prepares students to assume the role of a radiologic technologist, sometimes called rad tech or x-ray tech. The NCTC Faculty members are educationally qualified and come with a variety of clinical expertise. This allows for a creative learning environment to train competent, well-rounded, professional radiologic technolgists with high job market demand.

 

 

The Radiological Technology Program will accept a maximum of 18-20 students each fall semester. 

 

The North Central Texas College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) and the Radiology Program is recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

 

CLASSES



Left HandThe Radiology program is offered on the Gainesville campus of North Central Texas College.  Students attend classes on campus as well as clinical training at area hospitals.  Semester breaks adhere to the regular college calendar.  The curriculum consists of classroom lecture, skills lab and clinical practicum components.

 

The Associate Degree Radiologic Technologist program provides classroom instruction as well as supervised clinical experiences that assists students in acquiring the knowledge and skills to function as beginning practitioners of radiology technology. Clinical experience will be conducted at local area hospitals.

 

After successful completion of all program requirements, students may be qualified to take the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Those who pass the examination are issued certificates which confer the right to use the title "Registered Technologist" and its abbreviation "R.T. (ARRT)" after their names. Additionally, graduates may be eligible for certification by the state of Texas as a medical Radiologic Technologist.