Envision your future as a radiologic technologist.
Physicians and other healthcare professionals rely on diagnostic radiologic imaging procedures to help determine patient care.
Cal U’s associate in radiologic technology prepares you to join the healthcare team as a skilled radiologic technologist who can complete X-ray examinations.
Pennsylvania is among the top five states for employment in radiology, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. With an associate degree from Cal U, you will be prepared to enter the field as a radiologic technologist, radiographer or X-ray technologist — or to continue your education in related modalities such magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound or computed tomography (CT) scans.
Take radiography classes and labs at Washington Health System facilities.
Cal U’s full-time radiology program provides both the academic and clinical education required to enter this dynamic profession.
Students take radiography classes and hands-on labs at Washington Health System (WHS) facilities in Washington, Pa. They also gain clinical experience at several nearby locations.
In the School of Radiologic Technology, you’ll learn a team approach to healthcare delivery while preparing for professional practice. In recent years, 100% of radiology degree graduates from the WHS program have found employment.