Always considered yourself a problem solver? Radiography — the process of using ionizing radiation to produce quality diagnostic images — gives you the chance to help doctors and radiologists discover diseases and determine a diagnosis. The potential uses are vast: X-ray, MRI scans, CT scans, and specific applications such as mammography and sonography are just some options; you’ll be able to choose a specialty in your last year of clinical.
Radiography continues to be in high demand in the job market, especially as the population ages and diagnostic imaging needs increase. We also require two years of clinical experience to help improve your technical knowledge and patient care technique. We also require two years of clinical experience to help improve your technical knowledge and patient care technique, and you’ll conduct research to deepen your understanding. You’ll be prepared to work in hospitals, outpatient imaging centers, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and computed tomography (CT) centers, and more.