Prepare for a professional career with a radiography degree from York College. As a radiographer, you’ll provide physicians and health care professionals with a view into a patient’s health, revealing everything from common bone fractures and lung infections to the presence of osteoporosis and various cancers.
Through a combination of classroom, lab and clinical experiences, the radiography program provides practical, hands-on experience as we teach you to become efficient and qualified entry-level technologists. You’ll gain practical knowledge of radiography and radiation safety, as well as physics, anatomy and pathology.
By pursing a bachelor of science degree in radiography, you’ll spend two years at York College followed by two years in a clinical program. The expertise you’ll gain prepares you for employment upon graduation as a radiographer in hospitals, specialty clinics and private practices.