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Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology


Get your Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology at OSU-OKC!

About the Radiologic Technology program

The OSU-OKC Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science degree is a 68-credit hour program, which includes classroom and laboratory instruction on campus as well as supervised clinical experiences at affiliated health agencies.

Benefits of an OSU-OKC Radiologic Technology Degree:

  • As part of the requirements for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification process, candidates must complete an ARRT verified educational program and earn an academic degree (associate degree or higher). OSU-OKC’s Radiologic Technology program is an ARRT verified educational program and offers an Associate of Applied Science academic degree, which meets these requirements.
  • OSU-OKC’s Radiologic Technology program is accredited through OSU-OKC’s Higher Learning Commission (HLC) Institutional Accreditation, which is an ARRT recognized accreditation agency. Upon program completion, graduates are eligible for national board exams through the ARRT.
  • Students will participate in instructor-led lab sessions using state-of-the-art Direct Digital radiography and PACS systems.
  • Students are exposed to a wide variety of procedures in the clinical setting to allow them to achieve program competency requirements, with a 1:1 student to radiography clinical staff ratio at each clinical site.

​Admission to the Radiologic Technology program is based upon a points system. One class is admitted to the program every academic year. Up to 20 students are admitted each year with the applicant pool varying from 60 to 100 applications. The accepted number is commensurate to the number of clinical rotations that we have available to offer the students. The following factors are considered in selecting students:

  • Grades from required prerequisite coursework
  • 2.5 Cumulative grade point average (GPA) of all previous collegiate academic work
  • Pre-Admission TEAS test score
  • Required prerequisite courses completed
  • Pre-clinical vaccination/shot records (Due upon admission to the program)

Radiologic Technologists and Technicians are among Oklahoma’s Top 100 Critical Occupations with an average of 244 annual openings and median annual earnings of $60,049.60 with an associate degree.  Top 100 Critical Occupations - Oklahoma Works - Oklahoma Works

According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, nationall employment of radiologic technologists is projected to grow 6 percent from 2021 to 2031, about as fast as the average for all occupations. About 16,600 openings for radiologic and MRI technologists are projected each year, on average, over the decade.

Degree Sheet(s)

Degree Sheet (PDF)Radiologic Technology A.A.S.

Suggested Plan of Study

Suggested Plan of Study (PDF)Radiologic Technology A.A.S.

Contact Information

Diagnostic Imaging Department
Oklahoma State University at Oklahoma City
440 N. Portland Ave., Room 1203
Oklahoma City, OK 73107


Computer Literacy Requirement

Students enrolled in the program will be expected to use the computer for generating reports, testing, computer-assisted instruction and electronic searches. The Radiologic Technology curriculum at OSU-Oklahoma City is computer intensive. Graduation from the program allows the student to meet the computer literacy requirement. An introductory computer course is recommended for students lacking computer experience and/or skills.