May 30, 2024  
2012-2013 CATALOG 

Radiologic Technology A.A.S.

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Rad Tech

Associate of Applied Science Degree Accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

The Radiologic Technology Program begins fall semester and is a 24-month program. Full-time student status is required. A minimum grade of “C” is required for all courses in the major. Clinical assignments totaling approximately 1,400 clock hours are required and may include semester breaks. Graduates may apply as candidates for certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

More information about the Radiologic Technology program is available on the Radiologic Technology website.

Clinical Affiliates

Chattanooga Imaging Inc., Chattanooga Outpatient Center, Erlanger East Imaging Center, Erlanger Medical Center, Erlanger North Medical Center, Hutcheson Medical Center, Memorial Hospital, Memorial Atrium (outpatient), Memorial North Park Hospital, Parkridge Medical Center, Parkridge East Hospital, Rhea Medical Center, Skyridge Medical Center.

Admission Information

Additional admission procedures are required for this program. The application deadline is April 15. Please review the admission process on the Radiologic Technology website

Admission into the Radiologic Technology Program is a competitive process. Priority consideration is given to applicants who have taken general education and support courses. Students must be admitted into the program to take program courses (RT).


 Transitional Studies course, if applicable

Summary of Required Hours

Total Hours: 75



Advanced Standing Program

Certified RT’s may receive up to 44 semester hours of college credit for previous certified instruction and/or experience. Students who qualify for “advanced standing” need only complete the core curriculum outlined below.


  1. Certified transcript from approved school of Radiologic Technology. (School must have JRCERT/CAHEA approval at the time the student graduated.)
  2. Proof of registration by ARRT.

Total Hours: 31




All non-RT courses may transfer per college policy.

General Education courses may be taken prior to admittance to the program. Students must be admitted into the program to take program courses.

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