Radiologic Technologist Training in Florida – Schools, Programs and Other Education Options

The field of radiologic technology currently offers promising career prospects for professionals in Florida. The number of radiologic technologist positions in the state is expected to grow 20 percent by 2024, which is higher than the expected 11 percent growth in jobs around the country.

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Practitioners in Florida can also expect to draw a higher than average annual salary for this field. This state is a great place to explore a radiologic science career.

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Salary Outlook

The average salary for a radiologic science professional in Florida is $51,710 per year. This is below the nationwide annual salary average for this field, which is $58,520.

This is a strong figure when compared to the average annual salary for all professions in the state of Florida, which is less than $43,000. The highest paid positions in Florida among radiologic science professionals were supervisory positions in the field of diagnostic radiology.

These positions generally require significant experience and/or a bachelor of science degree. More information on Rad Tech salaries in Florida.

Licensing Requirements

All practicing radiologic professionals in Florida must pass either the state exam for their imaging field or the appropriate national exam. For radiologist assistants, radiologic technologists, radiation therapists, and fusion imagers, the exam is administered by the ARRT.

The nuclear medicine exam is administered by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB).

In Florida, there is no minimum education requirement in order to sit for the Basic X-ray Machine Operator exam and become licensed in that limited field.

Well-Known Schools for Radiology in the Sunshine State

Florida offers many options to potential students in radiologic technology, with 44 schools that offer degree or certification programs. Radiologic technology certificates, associates degrees, and bachelors degrees are all available in this state.

Broward College: Broward College has been ranked in the top 10 percent of community colleges by the Aspen Institute. The Associate of Science in Radiography program at Broward is a full time program. The first year coursework usually consists of two days per week of clinic hours, with the other three days spent in lectures and labs. Clinic days increase to three times a week in the second year. The goal of the program is to graduate qualified professionals who can successfully sit for the ARRT exam.

Note that Broward is not JRCERT accredited, but rather maintains regional accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges (SACS-COC).

Other Schools to Consider

Adventist University of Health Sciences: Adventist University, which offers its radiology programs in cooperation with Florida Hospital, is a great options for students who want to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in radiologic sciences. A four-year degree includes training in additional imaging techniques that allow graduates to work in more specialized and better-paying positions.

Florida SouthWestern State College: Florida SouthWestern State College in Fort Myers is an option for students who want a residential, four-year college environment while pursuing their associate degree in radiological science.

Tallahassee Community College: Offers a six-semester Associate of Science program at its campus on the west side of the city of Tallahassee. Clinical practice takes place at various locations around the city. This program has been approved by Florida Department of Health’s Bureau of Radiation Control. This means that graduates are eligible for licensure in Florida as certified radiologic technologists.

Other alternatives for Florida residents may lie in the states the north of Florida, in Georgia and Alabama.

Large Employers in Radiology

Florida is a popular retirement destination, which helped to ensure that there is a large number of quality hospitals and medical centers throughout the state. These institutions are the largest employers of radiologic science professionals in the state.

Tampa General Hospital
1 Tampa General Circle
Tampa, FL 33606-3508
(813) 844-7000

Florida Hospital
601 East Rollins Street
Orlando, FL 32803-1489
(407) 303-6611

Shands at the University of Florida
1600 SW Archer Road
Gainesville, FL 32610-0326
(352) 265-0111

South Miami Hospital
6200 SW 73rd Street
Miami, FL 33143-9990
(786) 662-4000

Baptist Medical Center
800 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32207-8203
(904) 202-2000

University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital
1611 NW 12th Avenue
Miami, FL 33136-1094
(305) 585-1111

Cleveland Clinic Florida
3100 Weston Road
Weston, FL 33331-3602
(954) 659-6001

Sarasota Memorial Hospital
1700 South Tamiami Trail
Sarasota, FL 34239-3555
(941) 917-9000

Moffitt Cancer Center
12902 Magnolia Drive
Tampa, FL 33612-9497
(888) 663-3488

Professional Organizations

The Florida Society of Radiologic Technologists (FSRT) is the state affiliate of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists.

JRCERT Accredited Radiography Programs in Florida

Adventist University of Health Sciences
671 Winyah Drive, Orlando FL 32803
Tel: (407) 303-7747
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 79% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 94% Job Placement Rate: 87%
Tuition Fees: $15,355
Description: Students that study this program have the benefit of an accredited program with highly experienced faculty. The program lab is equipped with an energized x-ray machine and is linked to the PACS system through Florida Hospital so that real-time case studies can be presented and studied. A variety of clinical rotations throughout the Florida Hospital system allows students to interface with the latest technology preparing them for their future careers.
http://adu.edu/academics/radiologic-sciences/radiography-program

Bethesda College of Health Sciences
3800 South Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach FL 33435
Tel: (561) 737-7733
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 89% Job Placement Rate: 97%
Tuition Fees: $5,346 Resident and Non-resident
http://www.bethesdacollege.net/Rad_Program_Information.html

Eastern Florida State College
1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa FL 32922
Tel: (321) 433-7591
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 23 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 76% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 88.75% Job Placement Rate: 95.5%
Tuition Fees: $3,978 Resident, $14,586 Non-resident
Description: The program is designed to develop competent and professional radiographers who, by virtue of theory and practice, are proficient in all facets of x-ray technology, have a high degree of adaptability in a changing technology and exhibit leadership qualities.
http://www.easternflorida.edu/academics/health-nursing/our-programs/radiography-associate-science/

Florida SouthWestern State College
8099 College Parkway, S.W., A-125, Ft. Myers FL 33906
Tel: (239) 489-9110
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 22 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 70% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 97%
Tuition Fees: $3,850 Resident, $9,386 Non-resident
https://www.fsw.edu/academics/programs/asradiologictechnology

Fortis Institute – Palm Springs
1640 South Congress Avenue, Suite 207, Palm Springs FL 33461
Tel: (561) 249-5950
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Occupational Associates Degree
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 47% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 89% Job Placement Rate: 91%
Tuition Fees: $20,034
http://www.fortis.edu/rt-outcomes-data.aspx#palmsprings

Gulf Coast State College
5230 West U.S. Highway 98, Panama City FL 32401-1041
Tel: (850) 913-3318
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 23 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 90% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92.7% Job Placement Rate: 96.8%
Tuition Fees: $7,604 Resident, $15,108 Non-resident
Description: This program is approximately 23 months and courses must be completed in the prescribed sequence. In addition to general education requirements, students will learn to safely perform diagnostic radiographic examinations.The purpose of the program is to prepare students to become registered Radiographers, following successful completion of the prescribed courses of study and clinical practice.
http://www.gulfcoast.edu/health_sciences/medical_imaging/radiography/performance_data.htm

Halifax Health Medical Center
303 N. Clyde Morris Blvd., Daytona Beach FL 32114
Tel: (386) 254-4075
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 89% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $4,000 Resident, $6,576 Non-resident
Description: Halifax Health Medical Center sponsors a 30-month, full-time medical center based program, which is affiliated with Daytona State College. Program completion leads to a certificate from Halifax Health and the option of receiving an AS Degree from Daytona State College.
http://www.halifaxhealth.org/radiology-program

Hillsborough Community College (Dale Mabry Campus)
4001 W. Tampa Bay Blvd., Tampa FL 33614
Tel: (813) 253-7371
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 22 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 87.2%
Tuition Fees: $4,319 Resident, $14,914 Non-resident
Description: The Radiography Program is dedicated to preparing the student, through academic and clinical studies, for a challenging and rewarding career as a radiographer. This 22 month continuous program includes practical experience in Hillsborough County clinical education settings for students to develop competence in radiographic procedures.
http://www.hccfl.edu/departments/health-science/radiography.aspx

Indian River State College
3209 Virginia Avenue, Fort Pierce FL 34981-5596
Tel: (772) 462-7541
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 53% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 83.6%
Tuition Fees: $4,000 Resident, $15,033 Non-resident
Description: Within the program you’ll learn important safety procedures by using a radiation shield to protect patients and yourself from dangerous radiation emitting equipment. As a radiographer you will aid the Radiologist (a physician) in obtaining information that is useful in diagnosis.
http://www.irsc.edu/programs/healthscience/radiography/radiography.aspx?id=2024

Keiser University/Daytona Beach Campus
1800 Business Park Boulevard, Daytona Beach FL 32114
Tel: (386) 274-5060
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 62.5% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 98.6% Job Placement Rate: 84.1%
Tuition Fees: $27,486
Description: The program prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession, producing radiographic images in accordance with standardized practices and procedures. The program provides radiologic information including medical terminology, patient care, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, equipment operations and image production and evaluation.
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu

Keiser University/Ft. Lauderdale Campus
1500 N.W. 49th Street, Ft. Lauderdale FL 33309-3700
Tel: (954) 776-4456
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 79% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 87% Job Placement Rate: 86%
Description: The program prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession, producing radiographic images in accordance with standardized practices and procedures. The program provides radiologic information including medical terminology, patient care, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, equipment operations and image production and evaluation.
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu

Keiser University/Jacksonville Campus
6430 Southpoint Parkway, Jacksonville FL 32216
Tel: (904) 296-3440
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 78% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 87% Job Placement Rate: 87%
Tuition Fees: $27,486
Description: The program prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession, producing radiographic images in accordance with standardized practices and procedures. The program provides radiologic information including medical terminology, patient care, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, equipment operations and image production and evaluation.
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/radiologic-technology-as/

Keiser University/Lakeland Campus
2400 Interstate Drive, Lakeland FL 33805
Tel: (863) 682-6020
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 78% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 88% Job Placement Rate: 91%
Tuition Fees: $27,486
Description: The program prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession, producing radiographic images in accordance with standardized practices and procedures. The program provides radiologic information including medical terminology, patient care, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, equipment operations and image production and evaluation.
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/radiologic-technology-as

Keiser University/Melbourne Campus
900 South Babcock Street, Melbourne FL 32901
Tel: (321) 409-4800
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 69% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 84% Job Placement Rate: 78.3%
Tuition Fees: $27,486
Description: The program prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession, producing radiographic images in accordance with standardized practices and procedures. The program provides radiologic information including medical terminology, patient care, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, equipment operations and image production and evaluation.
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/radiologic-technology-as/

Keiser University/Miami Campus
2101 NW 117th Avenue, Miami FL 33172
Tel: (305) 596-2226
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 94% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 97% Job Placement Rate: 91%
Tuition Fees: $27,486
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/radiologic-technology-as/

Keiser University/Sarasota Campus
6151 Lake Osprey Drive, Sarasota FL 34240
Tel: (941) 907-3900
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 78% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 98% Job Placement Rate: 89%
Tuition Fees: $27,486
Description: The program prepares students for entry-level positions in the profession, producing radiographic images in accordance with standardized practices and procedures. The program provides radiologic information including medical terminology, patient care, radiographic procedures, radiation protection, equipment operations and image production and evaluation.
http://www.keiseruniversity.edu/radiologic-technology-as

Lakeland Regional Health Medical Center
1324 Lakeland Hills Blvd., Lakeland FL 33804
Tel: (863) 687-1100
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 91% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $2,700 Resident and Non-resident
http://lrmc.com/doctors-departments/school-of-radiologic-technology/

Marion Technical College
1014 S.W. 7th Road, Ocala FL 34471
Tel: (352) 671-7222
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 22 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 96% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92% Job Placement Rate: 93%
Tuition Fees: $3,969 Resident, $15,875 Non-resident
http://mariontc.edu/programs/career-technical/radiologic_technology/

Mayo Clinic Jacksonville
4500 San Pablo Road, Jacksonville FL 32224
Tel: (904) 953-8663
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 86% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 93% Job Placement Rate: 82%
Tuition Fees: $2,993 Resident and Non-resident
Description: Mayo School of Health Sciences (MSHS) at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Fla., offers a 24-month Radiography Program in cooperation with Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ)
http://www.mayo.edu/mshs/careers/radiography/radiography-program-florida

Miami Dade College (Medical Center Campus)
950 N.W. 20th Street, Miami FL 33127-4622
Tel: (305) 237-4292
Program Name: General Radiologic Technologist
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 80% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92% Job Placement Rate: 84%
Tuition Fees: $4,320 Resident, $15,266 Non-resident
Description: This program prepares students for entry-level jobs, enabling the student to gain knowledge both in practical and theoretical comprehension. Topics include imaging and processing, radiation protection, patient care and infection control, radiation biology, imaging equipment, X-Ray production and radiographic pathology as well as other related programmatic topics. The instruction is imparted via lab, lecture and externship. Successful completion of this program relies heavily on attendance and students are encouraged to schedule vacations during school breaks only
http://www.mdc.edu/medical/AHT/Radiography/rg_rte1000.asp

Palm Beach State College – Palm Beach Gardens Campus
3160 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens FL 33410-2893
Tel: (561) 207-5067
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 85% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 98% Job Placement Rate: 96%
Tuition Fees: $3,850 Resident, $13,783 Non-resident
http://www.palmbeachstate.edu/programs/radiography/

Pensacola State College (Warrington Campus)
Allied Health Department, Pensacola FL 32507-1097
Tel: (850) 484-2304
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 23 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 92% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92% Job Placement Rate: 86%
Tuition Fees: $4,829 Resident, $11,894 Non-resident
Description: The 23 month full-time curriculum has been designed to assist students in developing and mastering basic clinical competencies and theoretical concepts of current radiography practice. Graduates receive an AS Degree and are eligible to sit for the national examination given by the ARRT.
http://pensacolastate.edu/program_page.asp?DeptID=6744&ProgID=844

Polk State College
3515 Aviation Drive, Lakeland FL 33811
Tel: (863) 669-2901
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 75% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 89% Job Placement Rate: 95%
Tuition Fees: $4,376 Resident, $15,951 Non-resident
Description: The Radiography program fosters and supports creative and positive learning experiences within an atmosphere of academic excellence and continuous improvement. The goal of the program is to provide each student with the knowledge, skills, and professional attributes necessary to succeed.
http://www.polk.edu/radiography

Santa Fe College
3000 N.W. 83rd Street, Gainesville FL 32606
Tel: (352) 395-5702
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 22 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 80%
Tuition Fees: $3,685 Resident, $13,351 Non-resident
Description: The goal of the program is to develop competent, entry-level radiographers who have the necessary knowledge to pass the certification examination and who can adapt to changing technology. The program also aims to develop leadership qualities necessary for teaching and health care administration, and is conducted in cooperation with Shands at UF, North Florida Regional Medical Center, Veterans Affairs Medical Centers in Gainesville and Lake City, and several hospital-affiliated outpatient imaging facilities
http://www.sfcollege.edu/healthsciences/radiography/

South Florida State College
600 West College Drive, Avon Park FL 33825-9356
Tel: (863) 784-7347
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92% Job Placement Rate: 84%
Tuition Fees: $3,600 Resident, $9,145 Non-resident
Description: By completing two years of instruction in classroom and clinical settings, you will earn your associate in applied science degree and be eligible to apply to take the ARRT national examination for certification and registration.
https://www.southflorida.edu/_documents/Radiology-Program_Effectiveness_Data.pdf

St. Petersburg College
P. O. Box 13489, St. Petersburg FL 33733-3489
Tel: (727) 341-3758
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 84% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 99% Job Placement Rate: 96%
Tuition Fees: $5,500 Resident, $18,000 Non-resident
Description: This 2-year program provides lecture and hands-on clinical classes as part of your learning experience, and prepares you for the ARRT exams.
http://www.spcollege.edu/radiography/#tab=8

St. Vincent’s Medical Center
1 Shircliff Way, Jacksonville FL 32204
Tel: (904) 308-8552
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 29% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 97%
Tuition Fees: $2,500 Resident and Non-resident
Description: Established in 1951, the 24-month program has a long tradition of excellence in technical medical education in Jacksonville. The program has limited capacity, and typically enrolls 11 students each year. St. Vincent’s does not confer college credit.
http://www.jaxhealth.com/education/School-of-Medical-Science/radiology/

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota
5840 26th Street, West, Bradenton FL 32407
Tel: (941) 752-5245
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 44% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 95% Job Placement Rate: 94%
Tuition Fees: $5,110 Resident, $16,047 Non-resident
Description: The program combines didactic and clinical education to prepare the graduate for their future career. These health care professionals work in various medical settings?producing images, assisting physicians during advanced procedures, determining safe exposure limits and providing appropriate patient care during procedures to produce filmless digital images. During the program, students are rotated through several different health care facilities that are located within a 45 mile radius of SCF Bradenton.? Student clinical rotations are scheduled during the weekdays and can occur between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m., depending on the schedule of the facility.
http://www.scf.edu/radiography

UF Health Jacksonville
655 West Eighth Street, Jacksonville FL 32209
Tel:
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 23 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 88.8% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 90% Job Placement Rate: 79%
Tuition Fees: $2,000 Resident and Non-resident
http://jax.shands.org/education/radtech

Valencia College
P.O. Box 3028, Orlando FL 32811
Tel: (407) 582-1834
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 87.5% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 98.9% Job Placement Rate: 83.1%
Tuition Fees: $4,375 Resident, $16,491 Non-resident
Description: Once you complete your A.S. degree, you can continue and get your Bachelor’s degree from Valencia in Radiologic and Imaging Sciences (BSRAD), or you may seek an Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) in Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
http://valenciacollege.edu/west/health/radiography/

West Boca Medical Center
21644 State Road 7, Boca Raton FL 33428
Tel: (561) 488-8173
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 92% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 98% Job Placement Rate: 96%
Tuition Fees: $4,500 Resident and Non-resident
Description: The program is a 2-year hospital based program, and combines clinical education with academic structured classes. Students will rotate their clinical training between a variety of hospital settings. This gives the student an objective comparison of different radiology departments and exposure to radiographic procedures.
http://www.westbocamedctr.com/RadiologySchool

21st Century Oncology, Inc. School for Radiation Therapy Technology
1419 S.E. 8th Terrace, Cape Coral FL 33990
Tel: (239) 336-4123
Program Name: Radiation Therapy Technology
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 16 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 94% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $2,400 Resident and Non-resident
Description: This is a sixteen-month post-baccalaureate certificate program in radiation therapy technology. There is a basic requirement that all candidates be diagnostic radiographers [RT(R)] in good standing with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists? (ARRT) as well as hold a baccalaureate degree.
http://www.21stcenturyoncology.com/about-us/school-for-radiation-therapy-technology

Hillsborough Community College (Dale Mabry Campus)
4001 W. Tampa Bay Blvd., Tampa FL 33614
Tel: (813) 253-7372
Program Name: Radiation Therapy
Program Type: Certificate, Associate of Science
Duration: Certificate: 15 months, Associate of Science: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 76.2% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 98.9% Job Placement Rate: 95.5%
Tuition Fees: $8,038 Resident, $29,230 Non-resident
http://www.hccfl.edu/departments/health-science/radiation-therapy.aspx

21st Century Oncology, Inc. School for Medical Dosimetry
1419 S.E. 8th Terrace, Cape Coral FL 33990
Tel: (239) 573-5972
Program Name: Medical Dosimetry
Program Type: Certificate (Post-Baccalaureate)
Duration: 16 months
Tuition Fees: $25,000 Resident and Non-resident

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