Popular Schools

The listings below may include sponsored content but are popular choices among our users. x
Southern New Hampshire University responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Southern New Hampshire University

Master
Southern New Hampshire University responds quickly to information requests through this website.
Grand Canyon University responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Grand Canyon University

Bachelor Degrees
Grand Canyon University responds quickly to information requests through this website.
Columbia Southern University responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Columbia Southern University

Bachelor Degrees
Columbia Southern University responds quickly to information requests through this website.
Purdue University Global responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Purdue University Global

Bachelor Degrees
Purdue University Global responds quickly to information requests through this website.
Liberty University responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Liberty University

Master
Liberty University responds quickly to information requests through this website.
Bryant & Stratton College responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Bryant & Stratton College

Bachelor Degrees
Bryant & Stratton College responds quickly to information requests through this website.

Which Schools Have Radiology Programs in Pennsylvania?

Radiology programs prepare graduates to work in the field of medical imaging, including the collection and interpretation of X-ray, ultrasound and MRI images. In Pennsylvania, students interested in radiology may consider programs at Community College of Allegheny County, Drexel University, Harrisburg Area Community College and the University of Pennsylvania.

Private and public schools in Pennsylvania offer radiology programs to interested students. Compare these schools and the undergraduate and graduate-level programs.

What You Need to Know

You can apply to undergraduate radiology technology programs at several Pennsylvania schools. Associate's degree programs take about two years to complete and are offered through 2-year community colleges; at some schools, space may be limited so admission can be competitive. These programs prepare students through classroom work, labs and clinicals for entry level radiology jobs as radiology technologists. Students will want to look for programs accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Graduates are typically prepared to take the professional certification exam required for employment.

If you already have an undergraduate degree and have completed medical school, you could also apply to a radiology residency or fellowship program from one of several PA universities. Residency and fellowship programs focus on clinical training. Keep reading to see if one of these programs is right for you.

Schools Offering Radiology Technology Programs in Pennsylvania

Community College of Allegheny County

The Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC), located in Pittsburgh, is a main provider of educational services in Pennsylvania. CCAC offers an Associate of Science - Radiologic Technologist program. Enrollment is limited due to the availability of clinical sites. Applicants should have good grades in algebra, physics and other math and science courses. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the certification exam offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.

  • Program Name: Associate of Science - Radiologic Technologist
  • Program Length: Two years
  • Tuition and Fees: $4,315 per year for in-county students, $7,861 per year for in-state students, $11,251 per year for out-of-state students (as of 2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED, high school classes in science and math
  • School Type: Two-year, public; 16,086 students (all undergraduate)

Drexel University

Drexel University is located in Philadelphia, PA, and it offers an Associate in Science in Radiologic Technology program. Upon successful completion of the 21-month program, graduates are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification exam. The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.

  • Program Name: Associate in Science in Radiologic Technology
  • Program Length: 21 months
  • Tuition and Fees: $53,244 per year (as of 2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED; high school classes in algebra, geometry, biology and chemistry; 24 college credits with a grade of C or higher
  • School Type: 4-year, private not-for-profit; 24,634 students (15,724 undergraduate)

Harrisburg Area Community College

Harrisburg Area Community College has multiple campuses in central Pennsylvania, and its radiologic technology program is located on its Lancaster campus; some courses can also be taken online or at the Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Lebanon, and York campuses. This school offers an Associate in Science in Radiologic Technology program that prepares students for the AART certification exam. Courses include topics in imaging equipment, image analysis, human anatomy and radiologic clinical procedures.

  • Program Name: Associate in Science - Radiologic Technology
  • Program Length: Two years
  • Tuition and Fees: $6,683 per year for in-county students, $7,935 per year for in-state students, $9,435 per year for out-of-state students (as of 2018-2019)
  • Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED
  • School Type: 2-year, public; 18,081 students (all undergraduate)

Schools Offering Radiology Programs in Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania

The Radiology Department of Penn Medicine offers two different residency programs for medical students who would like to specialize in radiology. The 5-year clinical track includes three years of advanced instruction and clinical experiences followed by a fellowship in an area of specialization, such as pediatrics, neuroradiology, oncologic imaging or women's imaging. Students in the research track take the same classes as the clinical students during the first three years; however, their fourth year is spent entirely working on research projects.

  • Program Name: Radiology Residency
  • Program Length: 4-5 years
  • Tuition and Fees: N/A
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree, graduate of, or currently enrolled in their 4th year, of medical school
  • School Type: 4-year, private not-for-profit; 25,860 students (11,851 undergraduate)

Pennsylvania has several schools where students can earn their associate degree in radiology, and the state has at least one radiology residency program available through the University of Pennsylvania.