Radiography Technology

Radiographers perform imaging examinations and accompanying responsibilities at the request of physicians qualified to prescribe and/or perform radiologic procedures. They utilize equipment emitting ionizing radiation to produce radiographic images of the internal structures of human anatomy.

These radiographic images are utilized by the physician for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. The radiographer is responsible for all functions in the Radiology Department to insure consistent radiographic images an provide for personal and patient safety from ionizing radiation.

In addition to producing diagnostic images and primary patient care, other responsibilities may include administrative and educational functions. Graduates of this two-year program will be awarded an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Radiologic Technology and are eligible to make application to the American Registry of Radiologic Technology in order to become a Registered Radiographer.

Mission, Goals, and Student Learning Outcomes

The program is accredited by:
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182
(312) 704-5300

Program Effectiveness

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Annual Performance Reports

2017 Annual Performance Report
2016 Annual Performance Report
2015 Annual Performance Report
2014 Annual Performance Report
2013 Annual Performance Report

Program Length

  • Two Years (Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters)

Degree(s) Offered

  • Associate in Applied Science

Jones County Junior College is accredited by Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.