The following courses, certificate programs, and degree completion courses are currently not available until further notice:

  • MIT 341 Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • MIT 342 Magnetic Resonance Imaging II
  • MIT 365 - Mag. Resonance Imaging Review
  • Radiologic Science and Nuclear Medicine degree completion programs must waive any and all MRI courses

What You'll Learn

  • Medical Imaging Techniques
  • Radiation Physics
  • Radiographic Positioning
  • Patient Care
  • Contrast Media and Fluoroscopy
  • Computed Tomography
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Interventional Radiography
  • Mammography

Radiologic Science Program Information

Radiologic Science prepares the future radiologic technologist with a wide range of skills in general radiography along with mobile and surgical radiography, and fluoroscopy.

The program also provides an opportunity for students to receive didactic certifications in advanced imaging modalities such as Computed Radiography (CT), Mammography (M), and Interventional Radiography (IR).

Obtaining an Oregon Tech Radiologic Science degree will give you extensive training in communication skills and business practices to be eligible to take the radiography examination, administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Those who gain registration may pursue post primary certifications in areas such as Interventional Radiography, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, and Mammography.

The final year within Radiologic Science involves an 11-month, full-time externship at one of our affiliate healthcare facilities under the supervision of a clinical instructor. Upon successful completion of the externship year, imaging students will be eligible to sit for the professional registry exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

Oregon Tech Offers

  • Full time clinical practice during senior year.
  • On-campus lab is extensive and utilizes energized x-ray equipment.
  • Faculty members are directly involved in the hands-on imaging/learning opportunities during the on-campus courses
  • Simulation labs in each of the post-primary modalities
  • Clinical observations at local healthcare facilities
  • Low student-to-faculty ratio resulting in high engagement and learning opportunities
  • Certifications offered in post-primary specialties such as MRI, mammography, CT, and interventional radiography.


Oregon Tech gives students appropriate experience, supervision, education and industry experience to be competitive in a field with a high demand for bachelor’s degree prepared medical imaging professionals. Oregon Tech graduates have excellent opportunities for employment in hospitals, clinics, private practice and state and federal agencies. By 2026 this field is expected to employ 13% more people than currently in the workforce, which is faster than average growth. (bls.gov, August 2018).

Externship Locations

Klamath Falls
Student, Class of 2025
“I chose Radiologic Science as my major because it's fascinating to see that our modality is not just imaging bones but scanning the entire body, doing gastrointestinal exams with contrast, and seeing all the various exams that may not be as common.”
Continuing Education
Starting Median Salary