Avg. starting salary
The Radiography Technology program is the first step in your career as a Registered Radiologic Technologist. The primary responsibility of radiologic technologists is to create images of patients’ bodies using medical imaging equipment, such as X-ray, Fluoroscopy, and C-arm imaging. The images that you help create will help medical providers diagnose and treat injuries and diseases.
In this program you will be instructed in classroom and laboratory settings to learn on-the-job skills, and then apply that knowledge in a clinical setting. You will have the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of healthcare settings including -but not limited to- hospitals, urgent care, and family practice clinics. The experience you will gain at your clinical sites will put you on the path to a successful career as a Radiographic Technologist.
Adults only. High school students are not eligible to enroll in this program.
This program requires an application process and approval prior to registration.
For the Fall section, applications are open between May 15 – June 15. For the Spring section, applications are open between October 15 – November 15.
Late applications will not be processed.
|SECTION||CAMPUS||ROOM #||START DATE||END DATE||START TIME||END TIME||DAYS|
|Fall 2022||Lehi Main Campus||101||8/16/2022||11/8/2023||8:00 AM||2:30 PM||M,W|
|Schedule Notes:||Students will attend class on their regularly scheduled days, and will do their clinicals outside of that beginning the 2nd week of the program. Clinical shifts may be 8 hours/day and times may vary depending on the needs of the clinical sites.|
Total hours: 1600
|Course Name||Course Hours||Tuition ($2.10/hour)||Course Fees|
|AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers||5||$10.50||$815.00|
|RADT 1020 Radiographic Anatomy & Procedures||90||$189.00|
|RADT 1030 Radiographic Imaging and Exposure Techniques||90||$189.00|
|RADT 1050 Patient Care||30||$63.00|
|RADT 1070 Rad Clinicals I||0||$567.00|
|RADT 1110 Radiology Physics||30||$63.00|
|RADT 1120 Rad. Anatomy & Procedures II||90||$189.00|
|RADT 1130 Radiographic Imaging II||60||$126.00|
|RADT 1060 Rad Protection and Radiobiology||30||$63.00|
|RADT 1170 Rad Clinicals II||0||$661.50|
|RADT 2010 Rad and Pediatric Pathology||30||$63.00|
|RADT 2020 Rad Anatomy & Procedures III||60||$126.00|
|RADT 2030 Alternate modality and Sectional Anatomy||60||$126.00|
|RADT 2070 Rad Clinicals III||0||$472.50|
|RADT 2150 Online Registry Review||90||$189.00|
|RADT 2170 Rad Clinicals IV||0||$262.50|
|Industry Exam Fee:||$225.00|
|Bontrager’s Textbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy, 10th Edition||1||978-032-365-3671||$168.65|
|Bontrager’s Handbook of Radiographic Positioning and Related Anatomy, 10th Edition, pocket size and spiral bound||1||978-032-369-4223||$42.45|
|Principles of Radiographic Imaging: An Art and A Science; 6th Edition||1||978-035-770-4677||$101.25|
|Scrubs||2||Cost may vary; Students will order their scrubs through AllHeart according to the program scrub store||$100.00|
|Radiologic Science for Technologists, 12th Edition||1||978-032-366-1348||$109.60|
|DOPL Application Processing Fee||1||paid to DOPL, required for license||$70.00|
|Medical Tape for Lead Markers||1||$10.00|
|Total Cost of Required Materials||$611.95|
|Optional Materials||Notes (ISBN numbers, quantity, etc)||Cost|
|Radiographic Imaging and Exposure, 6th Edition||978-032-366-1393||$66.45|
|Patient Care in Radiography, 10th Edition||978-032-365-4401||$71.35|
|Radiation Protection in Medical Radiography, 9th Edition||978-032-382-5030||$75.65|
|Total Cost of Optional Materials||$213.45|
|Course Name||Course Hours||Course Credits||Externship/Clinical/ WBL Hours||Externship/Clinical/ WBL Credits||Tuition ($2.10/hour)||Course Fees|
At MTECH, you will join an exclusive group of graduates who benefit from a commitment to excellence shared by everyone at the school. From instructors who deliver a relevant, industry-driven curriculum to academic and career counselors focused on ensuring you have the tools you need to succeed, we all share the same goal: your success as a student.
NO – There are two options:
Application deadlines can be found on this page under “Registration Availability”.
Fall start is May 15th to June 15th.
Spring start is October 15th to November 15th.
The program will be 1600 hours or approximately 14 months straight through. We DO NOT follow the semester schedule that most colleges/universities use. We will have week-long breaks for Christmas, Spring, and Summer. We also give holidays off and a few days off here and there. See the academic calendar for more information.
We have clinical sites set up anywhere between Salt Lake City and Nephi. Your clinical site will be chosen for you by the program coordinator and/or clinical supervisor.
This is the program page for the Radiography Technology program. You can find more information about the Limited X-ray Technology program here.
Yes, our program has the same curriculum requirements that the other programs use. Our program concentrates on the technical aspect of the program while other programs may require you to take courses that re not relevant to the ARRT national boards. All programs, however, will educate their students so that they are prepared to take their national registry boards governed by the ARRT.
The Radiography Technology program is accredited by the Commission of the Counsel on Occupational Education (COE) and recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Can I still apply to the program while I am finishing up the required courses or my degree during the application period?
Yes, you can still apply to the program while you are finishing up the last of your requirements. You will need to have all requirements completed before the start of the program. Your offer to the program will also be contingent based upon the grades you receive and/or the degree you complete.