From broken bones to blocked intestines, Rad Techs see it all. Radiologic Technologists capture images of human anatomy using digital imaging, x-ray film or video, which are then used by radiologists or other medical specialists to identify and diagnose conditions inside the body. OCC offers a two-year associate degree program that is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and approved by the California Department of Public Health. Graduates are eligible to sit for the California state Certified Radiologic Technologists (C.R.T) exam. Radiologic technologists in California earn a median income of $58,440. If you picture yourself working as a vital part of a health care team, OCC’s Radiologic Technology program can help you get there. Read on to learn more.
A sampling of courses for these careers
Radiological Physics and Protection
Did you know?
Overall employment of radiologic and MRI technologists is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Complete our associate-degree program, and you’ll be well-prepared to enter a career in radiologic technology.
In less than 2 years
you can earn:
Certificate of Achievement
Build on your certificate
of achievement with a:
Certificate of Specialization
Or earn your
in under 4 years
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Earn an associate degree to enter this field or choose our specialization certificate to upgrade an existing credential
Earn a certificate of achievement or an associate degree to enter this high-paying field.
Earn an associate degree to launch a health career in this well-paying field
Did you know?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, people who have a certificate as
their highest level of education earned, on average, 20 percent more than
those whose highest education level is a high school diploma.
Christina Anchondo, M.S.
CTE Outreach Specialist
Katie Ottoson, M.S.
Counselor, CTE and