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Radiologic Technology

The Radiologic Technology programs at Colorado Mesa University prepare individuals for certification and professional practice in the Radiologic Sciences. Radiologic technologists are an important part of the professional health care team, providing physicians with medical images that are vital for the diagnosis and treatment of injury, degeneration and disease.

Associate of Applied Science

The two-year associate's degree Radiologic Technology program prepares students to become Registered Radiologic Technologists whose careers can include radiography, advanced imaging, management and education. The program is designed to deliver quality education in both the classroom and clinical setting.

Bachelor of Applied Science

The BAS Radiologic Technology Program provides Registered Technologists the opportunity to advance in specialty areas in the field of Radiology including CT, MR, Mammography and Cardio/vascular Imaging along with acquiring skills in informatics, quality management and advanced patient care. Our program is designed to deliver quality education through distance education in the didactic and clinical arena.

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Fast Facts/Student Info

Professional Links:

American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)


American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)


Colorado Society of Radiologic Technologists (CSRT)

Student Information:

Radiologic Technology program accredited by

JRCert

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

AAS Program Effectiveness Data

Program Information

Radiologic Technology Student Physical and Cognitive Capacity Requirements

Program Requirements:

AAS Program Student Learning Outcomes

BAS Program Student Learning Outcomes

Application Information

AAS Program Information Packet

The following application forms must be opened in Adobe Acrobat, so that it can be filled out electronically. Save the form(s) then submit them electronically to Renae Phillips: healthscience@coloradomesa.edu

BAS Program Information Packet, Including Application

TEAS V for AH

The Test for Essential Academic Skills -Version 5 for Allied Health (TEAS V for AH) is scheduled throughout the academic year.

Students applying to the Radiologic Technology program may take the TEAS V for Allied Health once in the year prior to the application deadline. If you reapply the following year, you may take the test again.

Results of the TEAS V for AH is required to be turned into the Department of Health Sciences by the March 1 deadline.

Register for the TEAS V for AH

Textbooks

A list of textbooks can be found on the CMU Bookstore website.

Miscellaneous Information

Professional Caregiver CPR Classes


Background Check Information