Degrees Offered


Associate Degree

Complete classroom-based curriculum and clinical experiences that teach you the skills you’ll need to succeed in the diverse radiography field.


Bachelor's Degree

Registered Technologists can advance their career opportunities by completing an online Bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging.

Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging

Self-Paced Medical Imaging Courses

Learn about ARRT-approved courses offered in a number of post-primary certification categories. Each self-paced course is one semester long and 100% online.


Dual Degree Options

Our dual degrees allow you to specialize without spending a lot of extra time in the classroom. Enhance your Associate's degree in Radiography with a Bachelor's degree in Medical Imaging or Community Health.

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A Unique Blend of Theory, Practice, and Clinical Exposure

The Clarkson College Radiography program is truly unique. First year students attend class on campus, completing theory and laboratory coursework. Lab courses have a 4/5:1 student-to-faculty ratio and offer lab access on evenings and weekends for unlimited practice time. Second year students spend their time in the clinical environment. Over 28 different clinical site rotations range from level 1 trauma centers to rural hospitals to outpatient clinics. The curriculum ensures students have the foundation and principles needed to enter the clinical setting. Enroll now and become ready to work with patients guided by clinical preceptors and technologists. 

Fast-Track Your Future: Dual Degrees and Diverse Specializations

You can earn an Associate degree in radiography and a Bachelor's in medical imaging with no required prerequisites. This program feature is exclusive to Clarkson College. You can start your Bachelor's level classes after your first semester. Students typically complete their Associate degree in two years and their Bachelor's degree in just 1-2 more semesters. Specialization options include CT, MRI, mammography, cardiac/vascular imaging, leadership, and 3D printing. Enroll in the dual degree program and save time.


News about the Radiography & Medical Imaging Program

Learn more about our program, students, and alumni.


Distance Learning Makes Pursuing a Medical Imaging Degree Possible

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ARRT Requirements

The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) recently announced changes to the requirements post-primary certificate candidates must meet prior to registering for their certification exam. All candidates must now complete 16 hours of structured education relevant to their area of interest (see modalities listed below). Upon successful completion of this requirement, candidates must sit for their board examination(s) within a 24-month period.

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Computed Tomography
  • Cardiac-Interventional Radiography
  • Vascular-Interventional Radiography
  • Mammography
  • Bone Densitometry


Radiography students learning new skills