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Drexel’s Radiologic Technology Department is comprised of associate of science and bachelor of science degree tracks; both just a portion of the radiologic imaging associated with the field.

Fast-growing Career

Radiologic technology is a fast-growing, fast-paced, technical career that offers opportunities to interact with patients and encompasses advanced technology skills and knowledge. Radiology is the frontrunner in technical advancements in both patient diagnosis and intervention. The radiologic technologist helps physicians diagnose and intervene in the disease process.

Innovative Technology

At Drexel's College of Nursing and Health Professions, The Center for Interdisciplinary Clinical Simulation and Practice offers cutting-edge clinical simulation training for all disciplines at the College. From high-fidelity mannekins to real actors in our electronic learning labs, we are here to help you achieve your academic and career goals.

Two Degree Options

The associate of science degree is the first step, allowing students to travel through the general radiology department, operating room, surgical departments, and special modalities such as MRI, nuclear medicine, and invasive cardiovascular areas. The bachelor's degree program is available to ARRT-certified radiologic technologists who elect to become invasive cardiovascular technologists.

Why Drexel?

At Drexel University, you will start your clinical education within your first quarter along with didactic course work. This provides a real life experience for this very fast paced, technical field of radiology. Drexel Radiology Laboratory is State-of-the-Art, computerized equipment and our students utilize the Laboratory on a daily basis. You will experience simulation exercises that complement and build your confidence, skills and knowledge associated with Radiologic imaging.


Please explore the many options available to you at Drexel University's Radiologic Technology Department. Examine the rigorous curriculum that prepares imaging professionals. Of course, the best way to learn about Drexel is to visit us. We look forward to hearing from you.

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