Associates Degree in Radiologic Technology Atlanta Curriculum Overview

Radiologic Technologist Training of Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology

The Associates of Science in Radiologic Technology from Cambridge College of Healthcare & Technology offers students the training and education needed to flourish in the diagnostic imaging field. In just under two years, the curriculum covers a wide range of topics essential to the career, including speech, anatomy, health science and principles of image production.

Developed in accordance with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) guidelines, the curriculum prepares students to take and pass required certification examinations and to thrive in their radiologic technology careers.

Course Code Course Description Credits
ENC 1101 English Composition 3
SPC 1016 Fundamentals of Speech 3
BSC 1085 Anatomy & Physiology 3
BSC 1085 L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab 1
BSC 1086 Anatomy & Physiology II 3
BSC 1086L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab 1
HSC 1000 Introduction to Health Science 3
MAC 1105 College Algebra 3
MEA 1239 Medical Terminology 2
CTS 1050 Introduction to Computers 3
PSY 1012 Introduction to Psychology 3
RTE 1201 Introduction to Radiologic Sciences 3
RTE 1025 Principles of Image Production I 2
RTE 1026 Principles of Image Production II 2
RTE 2025 Cross Sectional Anatomy/Advanced Modalities 3
RTE 1030 Radiographic Physics 4
RTE 1270A Clinical Externship I A 5
RTE 1280A Clinical Externship II A 5
RTE 2005A Clinical Externship III A 8
RTE 2010A Clinical Externship IV A 8
RTE 2020A Clinical Externship V A 8
RTE 1206 Radiographic Procedures V 2
RTE 1206L Radiographic Procedures Lab V 1
RTE 1202 Radiographic ProceduresI 3
RTE 1202L Radiographic Procedures Lab I 1
RTE 1203 Radiographic Procedures II 3
RTE 1203L Radiographic Procedures Lab II 1
RTE 1205 Radiographic Procedures IV 2
RTE 1205L Radiographic Procedures Lab IV 1
RTE 1204 Radiographic Procedures III 2
RTE 1204L Radiographic Procedures Lab III 1
RTE 2500 Senior Registry Review 3
RTE 2015 Radiographic Biology & Protection 3
Total Credits 99
Flexible Learning Opportunities

The ASN in Radiologic Technology program’s curriculum is delivered through various means, including:

  • Classroom instruction: Taught by highly skilled and experienced instructors, the program’s classroom instruction hours provide students with the information and insight needed to build a foundation of the radiologic technology field. Instructors are committed to providing the supportive and relatable teaching students need to succeed in the classroom and the field.
  • Online coursework: Specific courses in the Radiologic Technologist program are offered online via the college’s distance learning platform. This allows students to earn credits and knowledge while balancing their busy work and personal lives.
  • Hands-on training: Industry-current diagnostic imaging equipment is highly complex technology requiring significant training to safely and efficiently operate. Cambridge College offers students hands-on training on the latest radiology equipment, making it possible to learn on the technology currently used in healthcare facilities across the country.
  • Clinical externships: Real-world experience is one of the most effective ways to learn any trade or skill. With that in mind, Cambridge has partnered with several hospitals, clinics and imaging facilities in the Atlanta area to provide students with clinical externship opportunities. The required externship courses are designed to help students make a swift and easy transition from education to career.
Apply Now or Speak to an Advisor for More Information

The rapid growth of the radiologic technology field makes now the perfect time to begin your path toward a rewarding career. In just under two years, you can gain the skills, knowledge and training you need to take advantage of the widespread employment opportunities in Atlanta area hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices and imaging centers. To get started, apply now or contact an advisor today.