Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology

The Radiologic Technology associate degree program provides learning opportunities to develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition and retention. The RT provides direct patient care and is responsible for accurately positioning patients and ensuring that a quality diagnostic image is produced. The program emphasizes a combination of didactic and clinical instruction necessary to become a Radiographer. In order to begin the clinical requirements, students must complete tuberculosis skin test, supply proof of immunization, undergo a background check, and submit to a drug screen test. While most clinical assignments are done between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., up to six weeks of clinical will be 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. All clinical assignments are within a 30-mile radius of the college.

Gwinnett Tech's Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

Attend one of our monthly information sessions to learn more. View the schedule.

View the fact sheet for Radiologic TechnologyMagnetic Resonance Imaging, or Computed Tomography.

Find effectiveness data for this program here.

Take the first step toward a top job in this field and apply for next semester. All the dates and deadlines you need to know are here on the website. If you're looking for ways to pay for your education, check out the scholarships for this program. You can also learn about our instructors, clubs and organizations and check out the advisory board to learn more about companies in this field.

For information on gainful employment, please see here.

View our course catalog and check out these offerings:

  • Offerings
  • Instructors
  • Top Jobs
  • Advisory Board
  • Degrees

    • Radiologic Technology


    There are no diplomas available for this program.


    • Computed Tomography Clinical Specialist

    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging Specialist

    • Healthcare Science – Pre-Radiologic Technology

    Continuing Ed

    • CPR

    • Medical Terminology

  • Shaunda Hardwick
    Instructor or Health Information Systems
    Sally Knab
    Program Director Radiologic Technology
    ext 6479
    Don Summers
    Clinical Coordinator
  • Radiologic technologists can become employed with general hospitals, veterans administration hospitals, medical laboratories, physicians and clinics, federal and state health agencies

  • Imaging Sciences Advisory Committee

    Patrick Gilligan, MBA, R.T.

    Tracy Wilkinson, R.T. (R)
    Vice Chair

    Amandalena Rowe, R.T.(R)(M)

    Terri Elliott, R.T.(R)(CT)

    Marie Coker, R.T,(R)(T)
    Piedmont Hospital


    Aileen Walker, R.T.

    Portia Dennis, R.T.

    Valerie Rogers, R.T.

    Nandita Mishra, R.T.

    Christian Blevins, R.T.

    Jamie Dennis, R.T.


    Sally Knab, R.T.
    Program Director

    Chris Kowtko R.T.
    Clinical Coordinator

    Don Summers, R.T.
    Clinical Coordinator