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WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAM?
Our students have an excellent pass rate on the national board exam, our programs are accredited, and we have great clinical support from community healthcare providers.  
Median Radiologic Technologist salary in Indiana
$26.81/hour
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145 Annual Job Openings
projected through 2020
Wage data taken from U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics. May 2017 State Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates: Indiana. (2018).

Ivy Tech Medical Imaging Program

The Ivy Tech Medical Imaging Program offers a degree in radiologic technology. A radiographer is a professional who is skilled in the art and science of radiography and is able to apply scientific knowledge, problem-solving techniques, communication, and the use of high tech equipment, while providing quality patient care. 

The Associate of Applied Science program includes courses in the following areas: technique, exposure, positioning, protection, physics, patient care and ethics. Clinical practice and supplemental instruction are provided in accredited hospitals and clinics.

The Medical Imaging program is a selective admission program. When you apply to the College, you will be accepted into Healthcare Specialist with a concentration in Medical Imaging while you complete the prerequisite requirements. The Medical Imaging program accepts a limited number of students each year and there is a separate application process. Contact your campus of interest below for more details.

Ivy Tech Medical Imaging program

Students who are admitted to the Ivy Tech Medical Imaging program will be required to pay for and submit to a criminal background check, drug testing and physical exam. The details and process will be provided at an orientation. Please contact the program faculty for more detailed information and apply to the College today. 

Our Graduates

Graduates of our Medical Imaging program are working in hospitals, clinics, imaging centers and doctor’s offices. 

Some of our graduates choose to transfer to a four-year institution using our articulated transfer opportunities available with IUPUI, IUK, and University of Southern Indiana for radiology graduates.

Students are encouraged to review these options with their advisors.

Degrees & Certificates

Please select from our list of certificates, technical certificates, and degrees below for class and location information. More information is available on each degree and certificate option in the dropdown above. Please keep in mind, you must complete certification and registration with the ARRT in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine (registration through NMTCB is accepted), Radiation Therapy, or Sonography (registration through ARDMS is accepted), prior to beginning your work in the certificate programs.

PROGRAM CURRICULA: Review the courses you will take in this program. 


Certificate:

Computed Tomography Scan Prep
(4 credit hours = 1 semester)

Computed Tomograph Scan
(16 credit hours = 2 semesters)

Magnetic Resonance
(24 credit hours = 3 semesters)

Degree:

Associate of Applied Science - Radiologic Technology
(74 credit hours = 7 semesters)

Gainful Employment Information

When applying to the college you should select “Healthcare Spec Medical Imag” as your desired program of study and “Associate of Applied Science” as your intended program degree.  You will be accepted into Healthcare Specialist  with a concentration in Medical Imaging while you complete the prerequisite requirements.   


NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees varies by campus.

MEDICAL IMAGING PROGRAM LOCATIONS

The Medical Imaging program is offered at the campuses above.

HOSPITAL BASED PROGRAM LOCATIONS

The above campuses have a partnership with a hospital-transitional program.