This Associate of Applied Science Degree program affords the student the opportunity to rotate through different areas of Diagnostic Medical Imaging. The student will experience clinical training in area hospitals and imaging centers. Upon successful completion of the Radiography Technology Program the graduate may sit for the national certification examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Passing this exam will allow the graduate to use the initials R.T.(R) ARRT following their name. The Radiography Technology graduate is required to seek a state license with the Texas Department of State Health Services in order to practice in the state of Texas.
Students interested in the Radiography Technology Program must be able to meet technical standards required for the profession.
- Radiologic Technologist
- X-ray Technologist
- Diagnostic Imaging Technologist
Professional Organizations & Sites of Interest
The Radiography Technology program maintains close ties with professional organizations representing medical imaging career fields.
Information related to professional organizations in Radiography Technology may be obtained at the following sites:
Additional career and related information for Radiography Technology can be obtained from our national accrediting organization.
The following are some interesting web sites about Radiography Technology:
Faculty & Staff
The Radiography Technology program faculty are dedicated credentialed professionals. Additional information can be obtained for each faculty member listed below.
G. Yolanda Poist, MBA, CRA, RT (R)(M)(CT)
Annette Duenes, BSOE, RT(R)
Ismael Bustos, AAS, RT(R)
Vanessa Flores, BSOE, RT(R)
David W. King, BS, RT(R)
Robert Lemy, BS, RT(R)