School of Radiology

The mission of Research Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology is to provide a quality educational program that promotes excellence in Radiologic Technology and produces competent, professional, and compassionate radiographers for the healthcare community. Graduates will obtain the knowledge required of an entry-level radiographer and be prepared to successfully sit for the ARRT examination. The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.

Research Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology

The School of Radiologic Technology at RMC is accepting applications until Dec 31, 2013, for the July 2014 program that will start on July 7. It is a full time (M-F from 7am – 3:30 pm), 23 month program. Pre-requisite classes include 15 college credit hours that must include: Speech, Composition, College Algebra, Medical Terminology and Anatomy/Physiology with a lab. Tuition is $5,600 for the entire program along with a $500 activity fee. Books and uniforms are additional costs. If interested or need more information, contact Susan Foster at (816) 276-3390.

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