Degrees Offered

Associate Degree

Complete classroom-based curriculum and clinical experiences that teach you the skills you’ll need to succeed in the diverse radiography field.

Associate of Science in Radiography

Bachelor's Degree

Registered Technologists can advance their career opportunities by completing an online Bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging part- or full-time.

Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Imaging

Dual Degree Options

Enhance your Associate's degree in Radiography with a Bachelor's degree in Medical Imaging or Community Health.

Radiography & Medical Imaging
Radiography & Community Health

Certificates

Registered Technologists can expand their skills and knowledge in specialized areas with online certificate options.

Certificate in Medical Imaging Informatics
Certificate in Medical 3D Printing Specialist

Self-Paced Medical Imaging Courses

Learn about ARRT-approved structured education courses offered in a number of post-primary certification categories.

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Five-year average credentialing pass rate of 95%.

Student-to-faculty ratio of 5:1 in fully energized lab settings.

Associate’s degree in Radiography fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

Dual degree option allows students to earn an Associate’s degree in Radiography and Bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging as few as three years.

Five-year average job placement rate of 100%.

More than 25 sites available to complete two clinical rotations.

News about the Radiography & Medical Imaging Program

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Radiography Student Earns CVIT Sponsorship from Nebraska Medicine

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Radiography Program Appoints New Director and Assistant Director

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College Collaborates with Materialise on First 3D Printing Certificate in the Nation

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ARRT Requirements

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) recently announced changes to the requirements post-primary certificate candidates must meet prior to registering for their certification exam. All candidates must now complete 16 hours of structured education relevant to their area of interest (see modalities listed below). Upon successful completion of this requirement, candidates must sit for their board examination(s) within a 24-month period.

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Computed Tomography
  • Cardiac-Interventional Radiography
  • Vascular-Interventional Radiography
  • Mammography
  • Bone Densitometry

 

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