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Radiology Schools in North Carolina

Radiology is the field of medicine that uses medical imaging to diagnose and treat injuries or illnesses. Radiologic technologists and technicians are the professionals who use different types of technology to perform the scans that the doctors rely on to make the correct diagnoses and create the best treatment plans for their patients.

There are different specialties within the field of radiologic technology, depending on the level of training and type of equipment that professionals are using. These jobs include:

North Carolina Schools with Radiology Programs

For prospective radiology students, there are many schools in North Carolina to choose among. These are some of the colleges and universities offering radiology programs, according to the National Center for Education Statistics:

  • Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College (Asheville)
  • Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute (Hudson)
  • Cape Fear Community College (Wilmington)
  • Carteret Community College (Morehead City)
  • Catawba Valley Community College (Hickory)
  • Edgecombe Community College (Tarboro)
  • Fayetteville Technical Community College (Fayetteville)
  • Forsyth Technical Community College (Winston-Salem)
  • Guilford Technical Community College (Jamestown)
  • Johnston Community College (Smithfield)
  • Randolph Community College (Asheboro)
  • Robeson Community College (Lumberton)
  • Rowan-Cabarrus Community College (Salisbury)
  • Sandhills Community College (Pinehurst)
  • South College-Asheville (Asheville)
  • Stanly Community College (Albemarle)
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill)
  • Vance-Granville Community College (Henderson)
  • Wake Technical Community College (Raleigh)
  • Wilkes Community College (Wilkesboro)

How to Become a Radiologic Technologist in North Carolina

Regardless of which specialty you choose, you're likely to follow the same initial steps to starting a radiologic technology career in North Carolina:

  1. Complete your high school diploma or GED. As jobs in radiology almost always require some postsecondary study, this will be a necessary step in order to move up to the next level of education you need.
  2. Earn an associate or bachelor's degree. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the typical entry-level education for radiologic technologists is an associate degree, and the Associate of Applied Science in particular is common among radiologic technologists. However, some specialties in the field may require or prefer that candidates have a bachelor's degree. Whatever level of degree you pursue, make sure the program you've enrolled in has been accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
  3. Get licensed in the state of North Carolina. Once you complete your radiology program, look into licensing through the ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists). You will need to be in compliance with the North Carolina Regulations For Protection Against Radiation, which requires licensing to operate radiation machines in the state, as well as a separate application for those also working with mammography equipment.

Radiology Salary in North Carolina

The pay for radiology jobs in North Carolina can depend on your specialty and where you work, both in terms of location and employer. Check out the table below for data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on the employment and average annual salaries for jobs in radiology in North Carolina.

CareerTotal EmploymentAnnual Mean Wage
Nuclear Medicine Technologists61066390
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists112065740
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians117063080
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers190065030
Radiologic Technologists695055010
Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Additional Resources for North Carolina Radiology Techs

North Carolina Radiological Society
196 Whitney Lane
Statesville, NC 28625
704-873-2583
http://www.ncacr.org/index.php

North Carolina Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
3825 Barrett Drive
Raleigh, North Carolina 27609
(919)571-4141
http://www.snmmi.org/IssuesAdvocacy/content.aspx?ItemNumber=6473/


Sources:

  1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, http://www.bls.gov/, accessed July 29, 2016
  2. College Navigator, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/, accessed July 29, 2016
  3. The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, https://www.arrt.org/, accessed July 29, 2016

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This list also includes online schools that accept students from North-carolina.
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