Radiologic Science is the health profession concerned with imaging for medical diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of disease. Technological advances now place radiologic science among the most dynamic, expanding, and high-demand fields in clinical medicine. Students who wish to enter Radiologic Sciences as a career can do so via theRadiologic Sciences Transfer Program. Students will be eligible to transfer after two years to an affiliated college or university. Upon completion of the Bachelor’s Degree, students will take the certifying exam and be eligible to work in the field.
Why You Should Choose Manor
Manor College is the perfect starting place for someone interested in a science career. A variety of articulation and dual enrollment agreements make the transfer process seamless. At Manor, you will have the opportunity to experience small lectures and laboratory sections for all of your science courses. Inevitably, you will gain valuable hands-on experience in laboratory which will lead to your succeed after transferring to a baccalaureate program.
The radiologic technology graduate performs procedures using highly sophisticated equipment that demonstrates the anatomical structures of the patient body area under study. Radiographers may continue their education and pursue careers in the following related fields:
- nuclear medicine
- magnetic resonance imaging
- computer tomography
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