Greenville Tech’s Radiologic Technology program has a well-deserved reputation in the Upstate for producing highly skilled professionals. Graduates enjoy one of the highest starting salaries of any associate degree health program.
Local job opportunities for graduates are available, but graduates may have to expand their employment search beyond the immediate area for the best opportunities.
- Additional information about a career in radiologic technology is available from the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, and is a good national overview of the profession.
- Learn about real-time job openings and salary information through Career Coach.
The Radiologic Technology program curriculum has been developed to meet the requirements of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). It is designed to adequately prepare students for the national certification exam and to ensure they are capable of functioning as entry-level radiographers upon graduation. Areas of focus include:
- Anatomy & physiology
- Patient care
- Medical terminology
- Radiation Biology and Protection
The Radiologic Technology Program is currently accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Current program effectiveness data can be found on the JRCERT website under program performance measures.
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N. Wacker Dr., Suite 2850,
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
National Registry Exam
Graduates are eligible to challenge the national registry exam offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Upon successful completion of the program and the certification exam, graduates are eligible for South Carolina license through the South Carolina Radiation Quality Standards Association.
Greenville Technical College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates.
Associate in Applied Science
This program instructs students in the production of diagnostic images, patient care and management, and as a technical assistant to radiologists.
This program is designed as a One-Plus-One program.
- Phase I includes all of the general education and related course work and may be taken at Greenville Tech or any articulating college.
- Upon successful completion of all Phase I courses, qualified students may apply to Phase II, which includes all of the Radiologic Technology course work.
- Clinical assignments are required in Phase II and may require evening or weekend time periods. Transportation is the responsibility of the student.
- Graduates are eligible to sit for the national registry examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
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In addition to Greenville Tech admissions process, outlined in these Enrollment Steps, students interested in a program in the Health Sciences and Nursing Division must also successfully complete the following:
Participating in a Career Talk session for your program is a requirement for all Health Sciences and Nursing Division students. Click here for the Career Talk monthly schedule.
The Radiologic Technology program strictly adheres to all the Health Sciences and Nursing Division policies, which are detailed on the division admissions information page.
Supplemental Admissions Process
The Radiologic Technology program is designed as a 1 + 1 program, where Phase I includes your general education and related courses, which may be taken at Greenville Tech or any articulating college.
Upon successful completion of Phase I, qualified students are eligible to apply for Phase II of the Radiologic Technology program in January through April. Applications for Phase II and supporting documentation must be postmarked no later than May 1.
Admission into the Greenville Tech Radiologic Technology program Phase I does not guarantee admission into Phase II of the program. Phase II admission is competitive based on weighted admission scores and the relative scores of the applicant pool each year.
Radiologic Technology Weighted Admissions Form (pdf)
Radiologic Technology Mission Statement
The mission of the Radiologic Technology program is to meet the needs of the area by providing a pool of qualified graduates for entry-level positions in Radiology who are able to work effectively within an evolving health care community.
Student Learning Outcomes
- The student will graduate with the necessary skills to function effectively as an entry-level radiographer.
- The student/graduate will provide quality patient care.
- The student will recognize the need for and demonstrate the ability to engage in lifelong learning as a means of achieving personal and professional growth.
- The student will effectively communicate in a professional manner.
- The student will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills.
- To provide an environment that stimulates collaborative learning.
- To meet the regional employment needs in Radiography.
For program results information, including credentialing examination pass rate, job placement rate and program completion rate, see our Program Effectiveness Data report (PDF).
Click here for the complete Radiologic Technology Program Assessment Plan (pdf)