Program Facts

  • GU Radiologic Sciences Facts

    • Gannon graduates have boasted a 96 percent pass rate on the national certifying exam of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists over the past five years.
    • Direct admission to the program assures clinical placement, which provides approximately 1,400 hours of supervised practice at health care facilities with state-of-the-art digital technology.
    • A state-of-the-art classroom/laboratory that simulates the work environment allows students to apply learning in a controlled environment.
    • Enrollment in radiologic sciences is limited. Accepted students are encouraged to submit an enrollment deposit immediately.

    Major Facts

    • According to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment is expected to increase by 14 percent by 2018.
    • Salary ranges for graduates vary. The registered radiologic technologist can expect to enter the job market at approximately $33,000 annually, with increases based on geographical region and work shift differentials.

    About the Program

    • Students in the radiologic sciences program interact with students and professors in other health professions programs, such as respiratory care, physician assistant, nursing, occupational therapy and sport and exercise science.
    • For over 30 years, Gannon’s radiologic sciences program has been fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.
    • Professors and clinical educators in the radiologic sciences program are passionate about the field of radiology. The faculty has more than 80 years of combined professional experience and are eager to help you become passionate and competent in the field.
    • To ensure our radiologic sciences students graduate with the ability to use these technological advances and evaluate digital images, students entering the program are required to have a tablet laptop personal computer. Contact program director for details.