A.S. in Radiologic Technology Program (A.S. in RT)
Attention Brightwood Students
We are excited to offer a program for displaced Brightwood Radiological Technologist and X-Ray Technology students in the Los Angeles Area. To find out more, please contact our Director of Admissions at 650-351-7278. Or, click here to request more information.
Available in the Following Campuses
A Radiologic Technologist is a person trained in the “art and science” of creating images of the human body using ionizing radiation. The radiologic technologist works closely with the radiology doctor (radiologist) and other physicians, and plays a vital role as a professional member of the total medical team. Technologists work in hospitals’ general radiography, surgery, trauma, pediatrics, clinics, doctors’ offices, CT, mammography, and imaging centers. This exciting and dynamic field is perpetually are in a constant state of development. Imaging’s continued growth and development is dependent on highly qualified and well-trained radiologic technologists.
We, at Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts, consider clinical experience one of the most important parts of the medical education. Students are required to be rotated throughout our affiliated medical facilities, while attending our radiology technology school.
A.S. in RT Program Length and Schedule
94 weeks (2,956 hours / 162.5 quarter credit hours)
1,744 hours in affiliated medical facilities
The didactic training correlates with the lab and clinical education.
|Registration Fee (non-refundable)||$75.00|
|Books & Materials||$3,888.00|
|Uniform Fee (4 sets of scrubs + 1 sweater)||$170.00|
|Library Fee* (non-refundable)||$66.00|
|Laptop Fee (non-refundable)||$750.00|
|* Library Fee Cost is calculated by the calendar year and is dependent on the start date and duration of the program.|
Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Click here for more information about Financial Assistance.
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Certification for Radiologic Technologists in California
Job Outlook and Salary for Radiologic Technologists
For information about average wages and projections of employment for Radiologic Technologists in California, visit State of California Employment Development Department website Occupational Profile for Radiologic Technologists. Additionally, some information is presented by County: Radiologic Technologists in East Bay Area, Radiologic Technologists in San Francisco Bay Area.
Employment of Radiologic and MRI Technologists is projected to grow 21 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. As the population grows older, there will be an increase in medical conditions, such as breaks and fractures caused by osteoporosis, which can require imaging to diagnose them. Click for more information: www.bls.gov/ooh/Healthcare/Radiologic-technologists.htm (Though MRI is included in these statistics, it is not part of the Radiologic Technology program.)
For more information on the radiologic sciences, please visit Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.
Frequently Asked Questions
Facts and Fun Statistics
This is a new section for many of you who expressed interest in such facts as the ones below about our Academy and our Programs. Radiologic Technology Program is offered at Concord Campus only. Let us share with you some facts:
- Most of Radiologic Technology students are from Livermore, Concord, San Ramon, Stockton and Vallejo.
- According to our statistical data more than 56% radiologic students are from: Antioch, Belmont, Clayton, Dublin, Fairfield, Martinez, Modesto, Oakland, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Pleasanton, Richmond, Sacramento, Vacaville and Walnut Creek.
Gainful Employment Disclosure Information
Gurnick Academy is committed to providing thorough and timely vocational medical training to our students so they may obtain gainful employment.
Our institution has provided program specific information regarding gainful employment in compliance with the new Gainful Employment regulations for Title IV eligible institutions, put forward by the U.S. Department of Education, in July 2011.
All required information can be found throughout this page.