Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology is the art and science of using radiation to provide images of bones, internal organs, soft tissue and vessels that comprise the human body. These images, that are recorded on x-ray film or displayed on a video monitor, are then used as a tool to diagnose disease, injury, or congenital deformity. Diagnosis and treatment of a patient depends on the accurate and precise production of a radiographic examination. The health professional responsible for performing radiographic examinations is the Radiologic Technologist (RT)

Moorpark college offers a two year curriculum designed to prepare the student for entry into the practice of professional imaging. The successful completion of this program entitles the student to an Associate of Science Degree, and meets the eligibility requirements to take the professional licensing examination to become a registered technologist.

This program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee of Education for Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) and the State of California Department of Health, Radiation Health Branch (RHB).

The Moorpark College Radiologic Technology program is accredited by:

  • Joint Review Committee of Education for Radiologic Technologists (JRCERT)
    20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850 Chicago, IL 60606, phone (312) 704-5300 www.jrcert.org
  • JRCERT Continuing Approval
  • California Department of Public Health, Radiologic Health Branch
    (RHB) MS 7610, PO Box 997414, Sacramento, CA 95899-7414 phone (916) 327-5106
    www.cdph.ca.gov/rhb

The Moorpark College Radiology Technology program is articulated with the following post-secondary institution:

  • California State University Northridge