Radiography - Associate in Science Degree
The Radiography Program combines didactic and clinical education to prepare the graduate for a career as a radiographer. These health care professionals work in various medical settings producing radiographic images, assisting physicians during advanced radiographic procedures, determining safe exposure limits and providing appropriate patient care during procedures to produce filmless digital images. During the program, students are rotated through several different health care facilities that are located within a 45 mile radius of SCF Bradenton. Student clinical rotations are scheduled during the weekdays and can occur between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., depending on the schedule of the facility.
Upon completion of the program, the graduate is eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist Exam to become a registered radiographer. This registry is accepted in any state and many
foreign countries. Employment opportunities exist in emergency centers, doctors offices,
hospitals and industries. Opportunities exist for all combinations of working hours.
The radiographer works closely with physicians and other members of the health care
team to assure quality medical care. The State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota's
Radiography program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic
Technology, 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182,
(312) 704-5300, email: email@example.com
Radiography Application Information
The application period for the class starting in Summer 2015 has closed as of 1/31/15.
The Radiography program application period runs from 1/1- 1/31 annually. Students will not be able access, view or complete the program application until the application period opens on January 1st. Application Instructions can be accessed by using the following link:
The program does not utilize a wait list. Student must apply/reapply every year. The Radiography program is a limited enrollment program. Completion of all or part of the application requirements does not guarantee acceptance.
All applications & supporting documentation must be received by the Radiography Program by 4pm on January 31st.
Radiography Information Session
Those wishing to apply to the program must register and attend a Radiography Program Information Session as a part of the application process. *Attendance is mandatory to be considered for the program.
The intent of a Radiography Program Information Session is to educate prospective students and any interested members of the general public about the radiography program, a career in radiologic technology, and meet the instructors of the program. Any student interested in learning more about the program and career are encouraged to attend.
To register for the Information Session, email the Radiography Program at firstname.lastname@example.org . Subject line should state "Registration." Please choose a 1st and 2nd choice (if possible), state name, email address and phone number in the email. If you would like to cancel a session or reschedule a session, please state "Cancel" or "Reschedule" on your email subject line
January 20, 2016 at 4pm (last session before application ends)
Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. Sessions are about 1.5 hours. Class size is limited to 35 seats.
**Please keep checking this webpage for updates**
Program Contact Information