Radiography & Medical Imaging

Degree Awarded:
Associate of Science Degree in Radiography & Bachelor of Science Degree in Medical Imaging

Application Deadlines:
Nov. 15, Feb. 1
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Degree Overview

Associate of Science in Radiography & Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging: 125 hrs.

Students earning an Associate’s degree in Radiography are encouraged to take advantage of the Clarkson College dual degree option. This option allows you to simultaneously or subsequently earn a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging. If entering the Radiography program with an associate’s degree from another accredited college or university, you can complete both degree programs in as few as two years. Students with no prior college experience can graduate with both majors in as few as three years.

The Clarkson College Medical Imaging program is entirely online and designed to offer students in-depth training and education in administering advanced diagnostic imaging exams, such as computed tomography, angiography, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, bone densitometry, medical imaging informatics and medical 3D printing. Your advanced skill set in these specialty modalities will further increase your job marketability and salary earning potential in the imaging profession.

Tuition and Fees

Estimated rates for the 2022-23 academic year. Rates are subject to change. Find out more information about costs, tuition, and fees.


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Undergraduate Tuition

Cost per Credit Hour

Cost per Semester
$8,202 - Full-time (12 hrs)
$4,101 - Part-time (6 hrs)

Undergraduate Tuition$671 / credit-hour
Fees - Included in cost per semester
Enrollment Fee for first time students $150/ each
Degree Specific Fees - Not included in cost per semester
Interprofessional education – IPE Course Fee IPE 301 $140/ student
IDI Cultural Assessment Fee $40/ student
Lab Fee - General Education $40/ class
Lab Fee (BSN, RT, PTA) $30/ class
RT: NSRT Dues (RT RAD 104, RAD 265) $20/ each
RT: Markers (RT 140) $22/ each
RT: Trajecsystem (RT 265, clinical tracking) $100/ each
RT: NRST Conference (RT 275) $90/ each
RT: RadReview Easy (RT 110L) $55/ student
RT: Rad Tech Boot Camp (RT 262) $180/ student
RT: One (1) Scrub set Top & Bottom and Lab Jacket (RT 105L) $100/ student
RT 265 Clinical Uniforms $150/ student
RT 285 AART Certification $220/ student
MI Printing Supplies (DMI 457, DMI 461) $150/ student
MI Externships (MI 385/475, MI 386/476, MI 388/478, MI 395/471, MI 393/470, MI 391/481, MI 449/450) $75/ student

Career Overview

Median Salary

Radiography: $50,000
Medical Imaging: $67,000, 2019

Job Outlook

Overall employment of radiologic and MRI technologists is projected to grow 9 percent from 2018 to 2028, faster than the average for all occupations.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2019

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