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Radiologic Technology

The Radiologic Technology Program provides a general education and clinical training program that prepares students for a career in radiography. The technical program combines theory through traditional classroom instruction and laboratory experiences on campus, and clinical experiences in affiliating hospitals to provide opportunities for students to develop skills needed to enter the Radiology profession.

The Radiologic Technology Program commences in August of each year and runs for 22 consecutive months with a projected graduation date in May. Students receive traditional classroom instruction and laboratory experience on campus during the program. Clinical experience with actual patient contact is provided by rotation through the affiliated hospitals during this period.

About Our Program

Affiliated hospitals are Bolivar Medical Center in Cleveland, Delta Health System, The Medical Center in Greenville, Greenwood Leflore Hospital in Greenwood, Delta Health System, Northwest Regional in Clarksdale, Panola Medical Center in Batesville, North Sunflower Medical Center in Ruleville, South Sunflower County Hospital in Indianola, University of MS Medical Center Grenada in Grenada, University of MS Medical Imaging Center in Grenada, and Chicot Memorial Medical Center in Lake Village, AR. Clinical assignments are at the discretion of the college.

The MDCC Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Graduates of the program are awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree and are eligible to write the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) examination.

Professional Licensure Requirements

The MDCC Radiologic Technology program is a program that meets the educational requirements for and associate of applied science degree as a Radiologic Technologist in the state of Mississippi and qualifies the graduates to take the certification examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

Through reasonable and good faith effort, research has been done to determine whether or not each program meets licensure requirements, does not meet licensure requirements, or has not yet been determined for each state. Licensure and certification requirements are set by agencies that are not controlled by or affiliated with Mississippi’s community colleges. These requirements, state laws, regulations, and policies can change at any time. If a program does not meet requirements or is undetermined, students should contact the Board in each state for more information. Determinations about whether the Radiologic Technology program at MDCC meets the state education requirements for US States, Territories, and the District of Columbia can be found at  Professional Licensure & State Authorization Program Determination Disclosure.

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