The Associate in Applied Science degree with a major in Radiologic Technology Program provides the knowledge and techniques required to obtain expertise in the field of Radiologic Technology. Students’ that complete classroom and laboratory work at Parker University and clinical education in an affiliated clinical setting gain value with the “hands on” instruction. Students also build an understanding of the methods, ethics and tools crucial to advancement in today’s healthcare landscape. There are 10 night classes and 6 months of clinical courses. The clinical hours consist of 36 hours a week.
Parker’s Radiologic Technology program consists of:
Since 2015, the Associate of Applied Science with a major in Radiologic Technology degree has been required for entry into the radiologic technology profession. Parker prepares students for entry-level radiologic technologist positions by teaching the skills needed to work in imaging centers and hospitals, through hands-on experience in clinical rotations throughout Dallas-Fort Worth.
Parker’s graduates in the Radiologic Technology associate in applied sciences degree can pursue a career as a:
Some career choices may require further education