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Area Programs in Radiologic Technology
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology (2+2 program).
Radiologic Technology Completion Program—for studentswho are already
ARRT-certified and registered radiologic technologists.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences from Thomas Jefferson University through partnership agreement (2+2).
Gwynedd-Mercy University Program
Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology (77 credits - 7 successive semesters).
Harcum College Program
Holy Family University
Associate of Science in Radiologic Science. Full time, 20-month, allied health curriculum designed to prepare the student for practice in the health specialty
of radiography.Must attend an informationsession.
Holy Family University Program
Bachelor of Science Allied Health with a specialization. Students complete three years of health and liberal arts courses at Immaculata and transition to either Thomas Jefferson University, Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Bucks County Community College, or Widener-Crozer to complete the degree.
Immaculata University Program
Philadelphia University +
Thomas Jefferson University
Several bachelor’s degree programs of study in the Radiologic Sciences are offered, including; Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiac Sonography, Vascular Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Medical Dosimetry, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imagine, General Sonography, Invasive Cardiovascular Technology. Full-time, 24 months. Please refer to the DCCC/Jefferson University course equivalency guide.
Jefferson University Program
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences
Associate’s degree in Radiography (69 credit program).
Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences Program
Pennsylvania College of Technology
Associate of Applied Science in Radiography prepares the student to become a registered medical radiographer.Bachelor of Science in Applied Health Studies, Radiography Concentration., Completion. Intended for health care workers who are currently or are soontobe certified, licensed, or registered in a health care area.
Pennsylvania College of Technology Program
Philadelphia School of Radiologic Technology at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children
Twenty-three months,full time certificate program
Applicants must have an associate’s degree or higher with a minimum 2.8 GPA.
Philadelphia School of Radiologic Technology Program
Widener-Crozer Chester Medical Center
Bachelor of Science in Allied Health for Diagnostic Medical Sonography
(Ultrasound) 20-month, full-time program.
Associate of Science in Allied Health for Radiologic Technology, 24-months full-time program.
Widener-Crozer Chester Medical Center Program
**Montgomery County Community College
Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiography (70 credits – 6 successive semesters, full-time).
Montgomery County Community College Program
**Community College of Philadelphia
Associatein Applied Science degree in Diagnostic Medical Imaging (73 credits – 8 successive semesters).
Community College of Philadelphia Program
** Shared Programs with Philadelphia, Bucks and Montgomery County Community Colleges allow students living in a sponsoring school district to pay sponsoring rates at these other community colleges for certain programs not offered in student’s home college. Students must first be authorized to participate in this program by the Director of Admissions.