Bachelor of science in
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY is a health care profession and plays a continually growing role in medicine. It is an “art and a science” of creating images of the human body using ionizing radiation, non-ionizing radiofrequency and sound waves, or even creating a 3-dimensional image from multiple cross-sectional images.
A top-quality college which produces quality graduates trained according to established standards and requirements of Radiologic Technology.
To prepare students for necessary knowledge, skills, and attitude for service by providing academic and clinical training in the field of Radiologic Technology, and promoting growth and development in the student as an individual and a member of the community.
The College of Radiologic Technology offers a four-year degree program that prepares and develops a student in any field of Radiologic Technology. It is offered in response to the need of the country for medical imaging technologists who are competent to deliver the full spectrum of Radiologic Technology services required in Modern Health Care.
Certified practitioners work in hospitals, clinics or imaging centers, and perform a wide variety of diagnostic and interventional procedures. They are important members of the medical team responsible for the diagnosis of patients’ conditions and therefore, key in the subsequent treatment of patients in any branch of medicine (internal medicine, surgery, and orthopedics, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, oncology, cardiology, to name a few).
Since radiological science is a dynamic field, it is perpetually changing, improving, growing. As general technology advances, so does the field of radiography. As new medical discoveries are made and medical procedures and treatment are constantly developed, progress and expansion in imaging, equipment, and Radiologic techniques continue likewise.
Gone are the days when Radiologic technology simply meant as an x-ray tech. Radiologic technology is not limited to diagnostic imaging alone. Radiotherapy and certain interventional radiologic procedures have earned a spot as an alternative option for therapeutic measures aside from surgery and chemotherapy.
A career in Radiologic Technology provides vast opportunities for advancement. Job opportunities include:
- Radiographers/ x-ray technologist
- CT technologists
- MR technologists
- Cardiovascular technologists
- Diagnostic medical sonographers
- Angiographic technologists/ Interventional radiologic technologists
- Nuclear medicine technologists
- Radiation therapists
Others: Radiation Safety Officers
- Overseers of Quality Assurance (e.g. Licensing/ Technical division of Department of Health)
Radiologic Equipment maintenance specialists
- Sales representatives in equipment manufacturers
- If you have a calling for the academe, you could specialize and become instructors or administrators in Radiologic Technology Educational programs and train future highly competent and professional Radiologic Technologists.
The boundaries of a career in radiologic technology are molded and determined by one’s abilities and interests.
- The Radiologic Technology logo depicts a triad of symbols identifying the main tools used in this field of study.
- The Xray tube found on the upper part of the emblem illustrates its use in general radiography, mammography, fluoroscopy, CT-Scan, PET-Scan and mobile radiography.
- The Magnet situated on the left side compounds the utilization of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging while the Ultrasound Image on the right characterizes the scan field of the abdomen which shows the silhouette of a baby.
- The wings of the caduceus is essentially a symbol of the Radiologic Technology department under the Paramedical field of study. All these icons interpret the whole role of radiology on the lives of clients as represented by the anatomical distinction of a half body, a half skeleton at the center.
- The center image reveals the main description of the course, the eye of the medicine.
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Carol Grace C. Tadaoan, MD
Dean, College of Radiologic Technology
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