Explore popular radiologic technologist careers
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One in three ADU bachelor’s in radiology grads earn more than $75,000 annually.**
As a radiation therapist, you continue to work with patients and pursue a specialized path. As use of MRI and CT simulations expands in radiation therapy, it’s essential to keep up with trends, technology, and advanced procedures within these tracks of expertise. That’s why many technologists elect to become multi-credentialed and diversify their skills.
A lead MRI technologist’s job goes beyond imaging and extends to include management responsibilities. A mastery of the latest technology becomes critical, so you can mentor your team and manage the quality of patient scans. It’s a position that blends a seasoned radiologic technologist’s experience with a modern leadership mentality.
In a time when the industry is calling for more training, imaging requires techs who can rise to lead. As a radiologic technologist supervisor, you will need organizational skills to answer to your staff’s needs. Supervisors typically assist in hiring, training, and reviewing staff technologists. It becomes important to learn management principles and monitor emerging trends to lead effectively, especially as more radiology technology jobs create an influx of new staff.
— Chad R. Hunley, Online Bachelor’s in Radiologic Sciences Graduate
You’re ready to take your radiography career to the next level. Our radiology degree can help equip your future. How? Learn management principles, with courses in finance, marketing, and organizational behavior. Become multi-credentialed, with focused tracks to pursue new certifications in CT, MRI, or Multi Modality. Each track can help you move forward.
With our radiology degree, you can:
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*U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
**ADU Graduate Outcomes Survey (2013)