The Associate of Science in Radiography program is designed to be completed in five
semesters including a summer term. Clinical rotations are required in all 5 semesters.
The hours for both class room and clinic are dayshift, with some variance of clinical
hours to maximize clinical outcomes.
Students who have successfully completed the Radiography Program and who have met NWFSC graduation requirements are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) exam. Once successfully completed, the technologist is eligible to apply for a state specific license.