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Associate of Applied Science Radiologic Technology

Preparing to perform a chest X-ray


Thank you for your interest in the Radiologic Technology Program at the Salem Campus of Kent State University. This is an associate degree program that teaches students how to perform medical imaging procedures. Medical imaging is a branch of health care delivery that utilizes x-rays and other energy forms to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.

Through a blend of classroom education at the university and clinical education at a hospital, students learn radiographic equipment operation, patient positioning and procedures, radiation safety and methods of patient care.

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology requires 71 semester hours of coursework for the degree to be granted. It prepares graduates to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Certification Exam in order to become registered radiologic technologists.

Graduates may also choose to gain additional education in other areas of medical imaging to become multi-skilled practitioners. The Salem Campus also offers a Bachelor of Radiologic and Imaging Sciences Technology degree in Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS), and Radiation Therapy (RTH).

Online Application

Applicants must complete an online application for the Radiologic Technology program for the class beginning June 2016 at Kent State Salem Campus.

The online application will be available from November 1, 2015 to February 1, 2016. 

Should you have any questions regarding the application process, you may contact the program secretary, Sherry DeWitt, at 330-337-4227 and she will direct your questions as needed.

An applicant that is also applying to the Radiologic Technology program at the Ashtabula Campus must complete a separate online application.  Go to the following website for this program: