Radiography Associate Degree Program
A radiologic technologist, also known as a radiographer, plays an important role within a medical team. They perform diagnostic medical imaging examinations that assist physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Careers as a Radiographer
When you’re a Pima Medical Institute student, you get access to our Career Services team—here for you when you need extra help with finding the right job opportunities, building a resume, strengthening your interview skills or just looking for general guidance.
Learn more about the courses in this program.
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Program is 90 weeks in length. The total number of program hours is 2,378 at all campuses except Las Vegas. Las Vegas campus program hours total 2,423.
Success Is Within Reach
We are truly invested in making sure our students succeed.
“After graduation, I applied everywhere and contacted everyone I knew in the business. I was hired at Boulder Hospital. Almost a year later, I was hired at Littleton Hospital where I have been expanding my experience. My future goal is to move into management. I recently completed Pima Medical’s Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences. It’s been a good experience. I thought I might feel isolated learning online and on my own, but I found I was always in contact with my instructors. A big piece of online learning is time management. If I can do it, others definitely can.”
Johnathan Pagaduan, Radiography Graduate
Pima Medical Blog
Both radiologists and radiographers play important roles in the healthcare system. And, while each career path deals with issues regarding patient diagnostics and testing, radiologists are generally
Jonathan Pagaduan worked in manufacturing, but knew he wanted more. He discovered medical imaging and found his calling. He continued his education with us, and
Jackeline Jimenez is a graduate of our online Radiography-Bridge program. She was working as a limited scope technician when she decided to go back to