Radiography education prepares students to perform imaging examinations and assist radiologists in locating broken bones and identifying diseased body systems and organs.
The University of Akron's Associate Degree in Radiologic Technology can be completed in 2-years.
Our program is fully accredited by the:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) - an authorized accrediting agency by the U.S. Department of Education. Our program accreditation comes from the JRCERT Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiologic Sciences. Through didactic and clinical education, these national educational standards will provide you with the knowledge, skills and attributes you need for entry into and to practice this profession anywhere in the country.
Ohio Department of Health (ODH) - the authorized accrediting agency for the state of Ohio. ODH assures compliance of our radiography program, as well as the radiologic equipment you will use to develop your clinical skills.
Our graduates are placed nationally and many have furthered their educations with specialized training in nuclear medicine, CT scanning, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound, radiation therapy and other radiologic modalities. Other career options include advanced degrees from the University of Akron in education, business administration, and marketing to name a few.
Program Effectiveness Data
|Graduation Year||ARRT Exam Pass Rate*||Job Placement Rate**||Program Completion Rate***|
|2014||88% (22 out of 25)||92% (23 out of 25)||89.3% (23 out of 28)|
|2013||95.8% (23 out of 24)||86.4% (19 out of 22)||85.7% (24 out of 28)|
|2012||91.3% (21 out of 23)||100% (18 out of 18)||82.1% (23 out of 28)|
|2011||100% (27 out of 27)||87.5% (14 out of 16)||92.9% (26 out of 28)|
|2010||100% (25 out of 25)||95.8% (23 out of 24)||89.7% (26 out of 29)|
* ARRT Exam Pass Rate - 1st time examinees within 6 months of graduation
** Job Placement Rate - graduates seeking employment within 1 year of graduation
*** Program Completion Rate - number of graduates vs. the number enrolled
(This data reflects the Akron Children's Hospital Radiography Program that has since transitioned to the University of Akron, effective June 2016. No new data on the University of Akron's Radiography Program has been collected.)