Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences (Radiologic Technology)

Radiologic technologists are responsible for administering ionizing radiation to patients for diagnostic or research purposes.

The primary responsibility of the radiologic technologist is to integrate advanced radiographic techniques and positioning with applied knowledge of anatomy and physiology for the imaging of internal structures.  Practitioners of radiologic technology must possess qualities such as good communication and a desire to work directly with patients.

This tool should only be used as a guide — remember to meet with your academic adviser, Career Services and/or faculty to determine appropriate career options.

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    Radiologic Technologist

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    * Median salary for the state of Michigan

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    • Medical Physicist
    • Mammography
    • Computed Tomography
    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
    • Interventional Radiography
    • Radiation Therapy
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    • Lab/Hospital Management
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