Welcome to the Radiography Program!
The application period for the summer 2017 cohort is Closed. Please check back for the application and information session dates for the summer 2018 cohort.
Information Session Updates
|October 17, 2016**||Niceville Campus|
|December 5, 2016**||Building 420||Room 310|
* Please note that at this time we are no longer utilizing online information sessions. Points for attendance are given towards application status only during current application cycle. If you have questions please call 850-729-6444.
** All information sessions will begin at 6 pm.
Radiographers assist the physician, particularly the radiologist, in using ionizing radiation (x-rays) in diagnosis of diseases and malfunctions of the human body. The radiographer operates radiologic (x-ray) equipment under the general direction of a physician to accurately demonstrate anatomical structures on the radiograph by applying knowledge of anatomy, positioning, and radiographic technique. Radiographers are also trained to perform these duties at the patients bedside and in the operating room.
The Radiography program is a six (6) semester program. All semesters consist of classroom lecture and supervised clinical experience. The program's extensive clinical experiences require the time commitment of a full-time student.
Successful completion of the program leads to an Associate of Science Degree and eligibility to take the national certification examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.