Our students help lead health care forward. With our two-year Radiologic Technology degree, students learn the importance of service, while studying the latest evidence-based teachings. Through training in and out of the classroom, students are prepared to perform diagnostic procedures, produce and analyze images and handle patient care needs. By joining our ambitious collective, students learn to serve and lead.
Mission of the Parker University’s Associate of Applied Science degree with a major in Radiologic Technology is to provide students with the academic and technical foundation to competently and safely perform procedures.
21,600 available jobs to be filled through 2030
The median annual wage for radiologic technologists and technicians was $61,980 in 2021.
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.