Curtis Kuhlman, Academic Advisor
Loma Linda University offers a number of programs that prepare personnel to assist the specialized physician in obtaining anatomical and physiological images of the body or in treating diseases by the use of various types of radiation. The graduate can find employment in hospitals, medical & physician’s offices/clinic, public health agencies, industry and Armed Forces. The program is recommended for the student wishing to become a radiologic technologist in a diagnostic radiography department, assisting in fluoroscopic examinations, diagnostic tests and specialized operating room procedures.
Programs exist in the following areas: medical radiography (AS degree), radiation technology (BS degree), and certificates in medical sonography, nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy technology, and special imaging technology.
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Two years of HS Algebra/C grade or better or Intermediate Algebra or MDEV 003 required
To meet minimum requirements of 42 credits
12 hours minimum work/observation experience (volunteer/employee) in a radiology department