Radiography Program

The Radiography (RAD) program is an 18-month program in affiliation with the Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences. Radiography is an exciting and challenging career involving the use of highly sophisticated equipment to create X-rays, which are anatomical images used by physicians to diagnose disease, injury, or disability. Radiographers have direct patient contact in the clinic and hospital settings and are valuable members of the health care team. Students will be able to experience working in a variety of clinical settings, a Level 1 trauma center, and with an array of equipment and patients.

Program Options

Radiography AAS

Special Admittance Program:  Admission into the Radiography (RAD) program is competitive, a maximum of 34 students are admitted each year.  Applicants must hold a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75, with a ‘C’ or higher grade in all required prerequisite courses.  Students who pursue this pathway must complete 28 credits at RCTC prior to starting the MCSHS Radiography Program in June of each year. Click Admission for a full list of eligibility criteria and admissions requirements.





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