Medical Imaging

Close-up of medical technician working with imaging software on computer while patient is lying down on CT scanner in background.

Overview

Medical imaging professionals capture and provide high-quality electronic medical images to radiologists for interpretation and diagnosis. These professionals work in hospitals, physicians’ offices, diagnostic imaging centers, outpatient clinics, orthopedic clinics, medical sales, and even educational settings. If you embrace advanced technology, have good communication skills and demonstrate empathy, take initiative, exhibit strong physical stamina, are flexible and adaptable, and able to think critically and problem-solve effectively, you are a great candidate for this field.

The Medical Imaging department at ECC offers the Radiography Program which provides an Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiography* and is an entry-level program for candidates who wish to enter the field. You can also specialize in one area or obtain advanced certificate programs for certified/licensed radiographers are available in the following areas:

  1. Mammography
  2. Computed Tomography
  3. Magnetic Resonance*

* The radiography Associate of Applied Science and Magnetic Resonance Certificate programs are accredited in Radiologic Technology by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. No accreditation agency is currently available for the computed tomography and mammography programs.

Program Highlights

Prepare for Immediate Employment

Associate of Applied Science

Basic Certificate

Planning to Transfer

Learn more about earning a Bachelor’s degree, earning summer credits for transfer or dual admissions with a university by visiting University Transfer & Partnerships.