Northeast offers a focused education complete with extensive classroom learning, hands-on lab time, and clinical practice so you’ll earn your AAS, be prepared to pass licensure exams, and get ready to start your successful career as a radiologic technologist in under two years.

Radiologic technologists are specialists in medical imaging, using X-rays to provide doctors with important diagnostic information. The demand for radiologic technologists continues to grow, with the number of jobs increasing more than 6% in the next decade1. Northeast’s AAS in radiologic technology program will prepare you to work as a radiographer in less than two years, with the opportunity to cross-train in advanced imaging modalities, including CT, MRI, cardiac catheterization, interventional radiography and mammography. Whether your dream is working in the operating room, the emergency room, the patient room or the locker room, Northeast will get you there.

Why Study Radiologic Technology at Northeast?

Learn on Northeast’s 286-acre, healthcare-focused campus that includes an Anatomy Center with both cadaveric dissection and virtual technology, as well as dedicated Imaging Sciences suites. Put your knowledge into practice and gain the hands-on experience you need: the Northeast campus is a short distance to many clinical opportunities, ranging from rural health clinics to critical access hospitals to Trauma I facilities.

  • Earn your Associate’s degree in less than two years and fast track the start of a rewarding career.
  • Radiologic technologists are not only in high demand; they also enjoy a good living. The average radiologic technologist’s salary has risen by an impressive 11% in the past three years.2
  • Study on a campus that is 100% dedicated to healthcare.
  • Northeast’s state-of-the-art classrooms, virtual anatomy tables, traditional cadaveric dissection lab and dedicated Imaging Sciences suites provide the perfect environment for hands-on learning and career development.
  • Crosstrain in advanced imaging modalities such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cardiac catheterization, interventional radiography and mammography.


  • Use algorithmic reasoning when determining exposure factors to obtain diagnostic quality radiographs with minimum radiation exposure.
  • Practice “As Low As Reasonably Achievable” (ALARA) standards for the patient, self, and others.
  • Practice radiation protection for the patient, self and others.
  • Position the patient and imaging system to perform optimum radiographic examinations on patients throughout the lifespan.
  • Use effective non-verbal, oral and written communication in patient care to anticipate and provide basic care and comfort.
  • Exercise critical thinking and discretion in the technical performance of medical imaging procedures consistent with current standards of practice. 
  • Support cultural and social awareness when providing medical imaging procedures. 
  • Appraise patient information from multiple sources to perform medical imaging procedures consistent with the scope of practice.
  • Demonstrate hands-on experience in medical imaging. Along with radiologic technology, you will participate in other areas of medical imaging, including computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and mammography.

Core Courses Credit Hours
BIO 1101 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
SPT 1101 Emergency Procedures for the Healthcare Facility Provider .5
RSO 3101 Clinical Education I 4

RAD 3110 Radiologic Science I

RAD 3115 Radiographic Procedures I 4
BIO 1201 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4
RSO 3202 Clinical Education II 4
RAD 3210 Radiologic Science II 3
RAD 3225 Radiographic Procedures II 4
PSY 1101 Introduction to Psychology 3
MAT 1101 Mathematics for Liberal Arts 3
RSO 3303 Clinical Education III 8
ENG 1101 Composition I 3
PSY 1201 Developmental Psychology-Lifespan 3
RSO 3404 Clinical Education IV 4
RAD 3415 Radiographic Pathology 3
RAD 3445 Radiographic Procedures III 4
RSO 3505 Clinical Education V 4
RAD 3501 Registry Review Seminar 1
RAD 3502 Radiation Biology 3
RAD 3503 Specialized Imaging 2

Applications received by February 1 will be given priority consideration. Applications received after February 1 will be reviewed on a space-available basis.

  • Submit an application with a letter of recommendation.
  • Have completed and passed high school and/or college courses in biology and algebra.
  • Submit transcripts (high school and any post-secondary/college transcripts).
  • Interview with Program Director is required.

Learn more about Admissions requirements

Northeast College Admissions does not require the SAT or ACT. Applicants who do not submit SAT/ACT scores will not be at a disadvantage in the admissions process.

Students enrolled in our imaging sciences programs are also required to have:

  1. Reliable transportation to/from clinical sites and assignments.
  2. A paid CastleBranch account for immunization record keeping and required New York State background check.
  3. A campus meal plan. (For the 2024-2025 academic year: $900/trimester for students living on campus, $300/trimester for commuter students.)
  4. An iPad that meets technical specifications provided by Program Director. 
A radiologic technologist showing a medical team member an X-Ray on a tablet

Apply today and begin your journey to a rewarding career in healthcare.

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Average radiologic technologist salary as of 2022, per U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Job Openings
Job openings for radiologic technologists projected each year between 2022-2032, on average.
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position of Radiologic Technologist on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Healthcare Support Jobs.”

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Seneca Falls,
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