Radiologic Technology

Radiologic technologists are the medical personnel who deliver radiation therapy treatments. Working with a physician, they may specialize in a specific area of radiologic technology, such as computed tomography, mammography, magnetic resonance, nuclear medicine, sonography, cardio- vascular-interventional technology, radiation therapy* or diagnostic radiography. The baccalaureate degree is especially suited to students who ultimately are considering a career in supervision, teaching, research or administration in the field.

Visit the US Department of Labor's O*NET Resource Center, the nation's primary source of career information, to learn important information such as work related skills, abilities, wages and employment trends about the following careers that Radiologic Technology majors may pursue:

  • Bone Densitometry Technologists
  • Cardiovascular-Interventional Technologist
  • Computed Tomography Technologist
  • Educators in the Radiologic Sciences
  • Mammographer
  • Magnetic Resonance Technologist
  • Medical Dosimetrists
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist
  • Radiation Therapist*
  • Radiographer
  • Sonographer

*NOTE: Radiation Therapy requires an additional training program

To find out more about the Allied Health programs, please contact the School of Nursing and Allied Health:

Prof. Marilyn R. Rubin
Associate Director of Allied Health
Dickinson Hall, 4th Floor
(V) 201-692-2847

or visit FDU, Metropolitan Campus’ Radiologic Technology website for other career options