Earn Your Rad Tech Degree at York Tech
Are you passionate about helping others? Enjoy seeing tangible results of your work? If you're searching for a career in healthcare with opportunities for growth, radiologic technology might be the right career path for you.
Radiographers are essential members of healthcare teams, responsible for providing diagnostic medical images to help physicians properly diagnose patients—and at York Tech, we prepare you for the great responsibility that comes along with providing excellent patient care. That's why our courses and classrooms are designed to give you a strong foundation of knowledge in this field and the skill to put that knowledge to use.
Whether you're looking to switch your career path toward something more fulfilling or are just starting on your higher education journey as a recent graduate, Radiologic Technology at York Tech can provide you with the knowledge, tools, and confidence to launch a rewarding career in healthcare. You'll be ready to land a job in a variety of settings, such as hospital radiology departments, emergency facilities, imaging centers, urgent cares, orthopedic clinics, and private doctors’ offices.
Sound like a plan?
Learn More About the Rad Tech Program
The Radiologic Technology Program at York Tech begins once a year in the summer semester and lasts for six consecutive semesters, or two years. In this program, you'll learn the foundations of radiographic positioning, radiation biology, and radiation physics, as well as the essentials of human anatomy and physiology. Even better, you'll learn from knowledgeable instructors who share a passion for service, and who are not only willing but also excited to help you become the professional you're meant to be. Our courses and classrooms are designed to help you gain the hard and soft skills needed to excel in your future role, such as communication, ethics, attention to detail, critical thinking skills, and more.
As a student radiographer, you'll participate in hands-on training in a variety of clinical settings, earning valuable experience and impacting the lives of real patients in need. Through the work-based learning clinical rotations, you'll apply the important concepts and theories from the classroom to help the team diagnose and treat injuries and diseases. Plus, you'll establish connections in the healthcare industry and craft a solid resume that will turn the heads of future employers when it comes time to apply for jobs.
Discover Academic Programs that Align with Your Goals
Our JRCERT accredited Radiologic Technology Program puts you on the path to earning an associate degree in just two years. However, the program is limited in enrollment, and its waiting list operates on a first-qualified, first-served basis. To ensure timely admission, you'll need to make sure you meet the qualifications and get on the waitlist as soon as possible.
Upon enrollment, you will be admitted into the Allied Health Services Certificate program as you complete the General Education courses required for the Rad Tech degree. Once you've completed your general education courses, you'll graduate with your Allied Health Services Certificate. It's important to remember that you will not be admitted into the Radiologic Technology program until the semester that you actually begin the Radiologic Technology (RAD) classes.
Find more information regarding the enrollment process, program requirements, and important deadlines below.