Austin Peay State University offers a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Radiologic Technology. Programs include radiography, housed on main campus; and two affiliate programs, Nuclear Medicine and Sonography, hosted at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Students will gain valuable clinical experience in the professional setting.
Radiologic technology students benefit from a variety of challenging clinical rotations that provide valuable clinical experience.
Radiography graduates can work in physicians’ offices, clinics, imaging centers, and hospitals. Radiographers can work in Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Mammography, and Interventional Cardiography. They can also work in industry or educational institutions.
Nuclear medicine graduates can work in hospitals or physicians’ offices, as well as educational institutions.
Sonography graduates can work in doctor offices, imaging centers, clinics, and hospitals.
Rex A. Ameigh, Director
For more information on studying radiologic technology at APSU, follow this link to the Radiologic Technology website.
Follow this link for a listing of possible careers for radiologic technology majors.