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Radiology Schools in Ohio

Radiologic technologists help doctors diagnose and treat patients by performing imaging tests and administering radiation therapy when prescribed. Also known as radiographers, these professionals may perform specific tests including X-rays, MRIs and ultrasounds, depending on their training. Health care careers are among the fastest-growing in the nation, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, and their data shows that jobs in radiology are no exception. Specific occupations in radiology include:

The field you decide to pursue will likely depend on your own interests and the amount of time you're willing to invest in your education, but the first step in the process — choosing a radiology school — will be the same no matter which career path you ultimately choose.

Ohio Schools with Radiology Programs

There is a wide array of schools around the Buckeye State that offer programs and degrees in radiology, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. These include:

  • Bowling Green State University-Firelands, Huron
  • Cleveland Clinic Health System-School of Diagnostic Imaging, Euclid
  • Columbus State Community College, Columbus
  • Cuyahoga Community College District, Cleveland
  • Eastern Gateway Community College, Steubenville
  • James A Rhodes State College, Lima
  • Kent State University at Ashtabula, Ashtabula
  • Kent State University at Salem, Salem
  • Lorain County Community College, Elyria
  • Marion Technical College, Marion
  • Mercy College of Ohio, Toledo
  • North Central State College, Mansfield
  • Ohio State University-Main Campus, Columbus
  • Owens Community College, Perrysburg
  • Shawnee State University, Portsmouth
  • Sinclair Community College, Dayton
  • University of Akron Main Campus, Akron
  • University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Blue Ash
  • Xavier University, Cincinnati
  • Zane State College, Zanesville

How to Become a Radiologic Technologist in Ohio

As with most health care jobs, radiologic technology is a field that requires some kind of postsecondary education or training, as well as a state license. The basic steps to becoming a radiology tech in Ohio include:

  1. Complete your high school diploma. This is typically the first step for most jobs in the health care field, and a high school diploma or the equivalent is usually required for any postsecondary education. While in school, the Bureau of Labor Statistics recommends that students take classes in math and in different sciences, such as anatomy, biology, chemistry\ and physics.
  2. Earn an associate degree, bachelor's degree or postsecondary certificate. The Associate of Applied Science degree is common among radiologic technologists, and it’s important to make sure your program has been accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The specific credential you need will depend on which radiology profession you choose to pursue, as they may require different levels of education.
  3. Get licensed in Ohio. Ohio has a Radiology Technology Section within the Division of Prevention, Bureau of Radiation Protection, which is responsible for licensing radiology workers. The state of Ohio does require that professionals hold a valid Ohio radiologic license for radiographers, nuclear medicine techs, radiation therapists and X0ray technicians. Licenses may include an initial examination as well as continuing education requirements.

Radiology Salary in Ohio

Salaries for radiology professionals may vary by employer and location within the state, but the follow table can give you some idea of potential earnings in different radiology jobs, as well as the number of people employed in each occupation.

Additional Resources for Ohio Radiology Techs

Ohio State Radiological Society
3401 Mill Run Drive
Hilliard, Ohio 43026

Ohio Department of Health - Radiologic Licensure
246 N High St.
P.O. Box 118
Columbus, Ohio 43216-0118


  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

Radiology Programs in Ohio:

This list also includes online schools that accept students from Ohio.
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