Degrees and Certificates

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Brookhaven and El Centro both offer associate degree programs in Radiologic Sciences. The programs differ significantly, so please look over the information for both to see which plan is the best fit for you.

Graduation from one of our Radiologic Sciences associate degree programs and successful completion of the ARRT examination qualifies you to be a radiologic technologist, or radiographer, and provides you with credentials to continue your education in other radiologic specialty disciplines. Successful completion of the exam leads to licensing by the Texas Department of Health as a certified medical radiologic technologist with the right to use the designation RT(R).

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Radiologic Sciences AAS - Brookhaven

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Associate of Applied Science Degree

Radiologic Sciences AAS - El Centro

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Both of these certificates are for graduates or students in their last semester of a radiography program or who are registered radiographers by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and Certified Medical Radiologic Technologist licensed by the Texas Medical Board.


Certificate, Advanced Technical

Computed Tomography Advanced Technical Certificate

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Certificate, Advanced Technical

Vascular Interventional Advanced Technical Certificate

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Length of time is based on catalog degree plans. Prerequisites may be required, which are not included in this estimate. For most programs, full-time student status is assumed, a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester.

Cost is based on tuition rates for program hours and Dallas County residents. It does not include additional supplies, fees or books. Find out about financial aid.


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