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Online Radiology Degrees & Radiologic Technologist Schools

Radiologic technologist schools – sometimes called radiologic tech schools – prepare you for work performing diagnostic imaging examinations, such as x-rays and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Formal training is required to work in this field, though the education requirements for radiologic technologists can be met at the certificate, associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree level. State licensure, where required, is often done through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The ARRT also offers voluntary certification that requires 24 hours of continuing education every two years.

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Georgetown University School of Nursing

Western Governors University

University of Phoenix

Northcentral University

Kaplan University

Villanova University Online

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Valparaiso University

Jacksonville University Online

University of South Florida

Patten University

Portmont College at Mount St. Mary’s

Grand Canyon University

University of Cincinnati

Ohio University

The George Washington University

Southern New Hampshire University

University of San Francisco

Walden University

University of Southern California

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Adelphi University

University College

Lubbock Christian University

Creighton University

Saint Joseph’s University

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Utica College

St. Francis University

Widener University

Antioch University

Rasmussen College

Capella University

George Washington University

New England College

Marylhurst University

Wake Forest University

American University

The Catholic University of America

Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

Benedictine University

Saint Xavier University

Brandman University

Concordia University Nebraska

University of Saint Mary

Our Lady of the Lake University

Florida Tech University Online

Strayer University

Quinnipiac University Online

Brandeis University Graduate Professional Studies

Explore Radiology Degrees, Schools and Radiologic Technologist Careers

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that employment for radiologic technologists will expand by 17% through 2018, a pace that is faster than the average of all occupations. As with most other professions, having more education often leads to better job opportunities and a greater chances for advancement. Holding ARRT certification can also help you land top radiologic technologist positions.