The Texas Radiology Technologist Schools Guide

With over 50 schools with programs in radiologic science, and a great jobs outlook, the state of Texas is one of the best places in the country in which to earn a degree in this field.

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Students of radiologic science may pursue everything from a limited scope license in X-ray technology to a Masters of Science degree that qualifies them to be radiologist assistants – the most advanced non-medical position in the field.

A strong average salary and low cost of living also recommends Texas as a place to practice radiologic technology.

Salaries for Radiologists

Radiologic science professionals in the state of Texas earn an average annual salary that is very close to the nationwide average in this field.

In 2015, Texas radiologic technologists earned an average of $55,580 per year, compared to $58,520 per year nationwide. Texas has a very low cost of living compared to much of the nation, particularly those parts of the country where radiologic technologists command higher salaries. More information on Rad Tech salaries in Texas.

Radiology Requirements in Texas

The state of Texas requires almost all radiologic science professionals to take the state exam or the national exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This includes radiographers, nuclear medicine technicians, radiation therapists, and limited license X-ray technicians.

Texas does recognize professionals known as non-certified technicians (NCTs) who may perform non-hazardous procedures without state or national certification. Professionals who have been certified in another state with identical requirements may practice in Texas. All professionals must complete 24 hours of continuing education credits every two years, except for limited license, which must complete 12.

Well-Known Schools for Radiology in Texas

Austin Community College District: The community college system in the state capital of Austin offers a Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiology Program that culminates in an associate degree. At the conclusion of the program, graduates should be qualified to successfully sit for the ARRT certification exam. Students may also pursue specialized areas of study in the fields of diagnostic medical sonography, magnetic resonance imaging, or cardiovascular intervention procedures.

Midwestern State University: Midwestern State in Wichita Falls, TX is a public liberal arts university offering both two and four-year degrees. This school offers a wide range of programs in radiologic science to students who want to pursue either minimum or advanced degrees. The programs offered are the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Sciences, the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Science, and the Master of Science in Radiologic Science. Students in the masters program may choose to pursue a track to becoming a radiologist assistant.

Other Schools to Consider

El Centro College: El Centro College is located in the downtown center of the city of Dallas. This community college offers an Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Science degree. This popular program can be competitive due to the limited number of clinical rotation spots available.

Other options exist out-of-state, in Baton Rouge and Little Rock to the east, Oklahoma City to the north and Albuquerque to the west. A little further afield, consider Wichita, Colorado Springs or Denver. Remember that public institutions, such as community colleges, will charge higher tuition fees to out-of-state students.

Large Employers in Radiology

Eight of the more than 600 hospitals in the state of Texas have been nationally ranked by the US News & World Report. Hospitals and medical centers with radiology departments are the biggest single employers of radiologic science professionals.

Methodist Hospital
6565 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77030-2707
(713) 790-3311

St. Luke’s Episcopal Hospital
6720 Bertner Avenue
Houston, TX 77030-2697
(832) 355-1000

Baylor University Medical Center
3500 Gaston Avenue
Dallas, TX 75246-2088
(214) 820-0111

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Box 91
Houston, TX 77030-4095
(713) 792-2121

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
5323 Harry Hines Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75390-9265
(214) 645-5555

Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center
6411 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77030-1501
(713) 704-4000

Menninger Clinic
2801 Gessner
Houston, TX 77080-2503
(713) 275-5000

TIRR Memorial Hermann
1333 Moursund Street
Houston, TX 77030-3405
(713) 799-5000

Professional Organizations

Texas has a large and active professional society for radiologic science professionals. The Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists (TSRT) is the state affiliate of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT). This organization provides sponsorship and scholarships, information about education and certification, legislative advocacy, and job postings.

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JRCERT Accredited Radiography Programs in Texas

Amarillo College
P.O. Box 447, Amarillo TX 79178
Tel: (806) 354-6099
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 80% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 95% Job Placement Rate: 95%
Tuition Fees: $2,850 Resident, $3,200 Non-resident
Description: Amarillo College is a community college that aims to offer high-quality academic and technical programs, plus hundreds of continuing education programs.
http://www.actx.edu/radiography/

Angelina College
3500 South First Street, Lufkin TX 75902
Tel: (936) 633-5413
Program Name: Radiography Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 23 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 89% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 95% Job Placement Rate: 91%
Tuition Fees: $2,016
Description: This is a cooperative program with the area hospitals designed to provide understanding, proficiency, and skill in radiography.
http://www.angelina.edu/health-careers/

Austin Community College (Eastview Campus)
3401 Webberville Road, Austin TX 78702
Tel: (512) 223-5817
Program Name: Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 67% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 99.4% Job Placement Rate: 84.2%
Tuition Fees: $2,963 Resident, $9,137 Non-resident
Description: The Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiology Program prepares qualified individuals for a career as a radiologic technologist, R.T(R).
http://www.austincc.edu/health/radr/assessment.php

Baptist Health System School of Health Professions
8400 Datapoint Drive, San Antonio TX 78229-3234
Tel: (210) 297-9165
Program Name: Radiologic Technologist
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 78% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 88% Job Placement Rate: 97%
Tuition Fees: $12,000 Resident and Non-resident
http://www.bshp.edu/future-students/programs/associates/radiologic-technologist

Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas
P.O. Drawer 1591, Beaumont TX 77704
Tel: (409) 212-5810
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 90% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 95% Job Placement Rate: 94.7%
Tuition Fees: $6,000 Resident and Non-resident
http://www.bhset.net/Careers/School-of-Radiation-Technology.aspx

Blinn College
8441 State Highway 47, Suite 2500, Bryan TX 77807
Tel: (979) 691-2013
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 93% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $4,150 Resident, $5,043 Non-resident
http://www.blinn.edu/twe/radi/index.html

Brookhaven College
3939 Valley View Lane, Dallas TX 75244
Tel: (972) 860-4285
Program Name: Radiologic Sciences
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 81% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 97%
Tuition Fees: $1,872 Resident, $3,492 Non-resident
http://www.brookhavencollege.edu/programs/hhs/rad/Pages/default.aspx

Coastal Bend College
3800 Charco Road, Beeville TX 78102
Tel: (361) 354-2302
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 22 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 87% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 74% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $2,600 Resident, $4,200 Non-resident
http://www.coastalbend.edu/Home/

Covenant Medical Center/Covenant Health Systems
2002 West Loop 289, Suite 120, Lubbock TX 79407
Tel: (806) 725-8966
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 20 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 81.25% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 90.16% Job Placement Rate: 97.22%
Tuition Fees: $5,000 Resident and Non-resident
Description: Students specialize in both the technical skills and patient care techniques they need to carry out their Christian mission of caring-with a high level of academic and clinical expertise.
http://www.covenanthealth.org/About-Us/Facilities/School-of-Radiography.aspx

Del Mar College
101 Baldwin Blvd, Corpus Christi TX 78404
Tel: (361) 698-2827
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 22 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 80% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 94% Job Placement Rate: 97%
Tuition Fees: $2,415 Resident, $3,615 Non-resident
http://www.delmar.edu/Radiologic_Technology.aspx

El Centro College
801 Main Street, Dallas TX 75202
Tel: (972) 860-5051
Program Name: Radiologic Sciences
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 93% Job Placement Rate: 92%
Tuition Fees: $2,938 Resident, $5,929 Non-resident
http://elcentrocollege.edu/programs/radiologic-sciences

El Paso Community College
Rio Grande Campus – 100 West Rio Grande Ave., El Paso TX 79902
Tel: (915) 831-4098
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 76.5% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 97% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $2,736 Resident, $5,105 Non-resident
Description: This is a 2-year, six-semester program that prepares students to operate imaging equipment and perform a variety of medical diagnostic procedures.
http://www.epcc.edu/InstructionalPrograms/RadiologicTechnology/Pages/default.aspx

Fortis College – Grand Prairie
401 East Palace Parkway, Suite 100, Grand Prairie TX 75050
Tel:
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 50%
Tuition Fees: $14,625 Resident and Non-resident
http://www.fortis.edu/campuses/career-training/radiologic-technology/401-e-palace-parkway-suite-100-grand-prairie-tx.aspx

Galveston College
4015 Avenue Q, Galveston TX 77550-2782
Tel: (409) 944-1444
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 52% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 85% Job Placement Rate: 91%
Tuition Fees: $4,100 Resident, $8,034 Non-resident
http://www.gc.edu/gc/Radiography_AAS1.asp

Hendrick Medical Center
1900 Pine Street, Abilene TX 79601-2316
Tel: (325) 670-2427
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 86% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 97% Job Placement Rate: 94%
Tuition Fees: $1,500 Resident and Non-resident
http://hendrickhealth.org/SchoolofRadiography/SchoolofRadiography.aspx

Houston Community College System/Coleman College of Health Sciences
1900 Pressler Street (1637-H512), Houston TX 77030
Tel: (713) 718-7649
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 78.2% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 95.6% Job Placement Rate: 91.1%
Tuition Fees: $1,685 Resident, $4,690 Non-resident
http://www.hccs.edu/radiography/

Howard College
3501 N. US HWY 67, San Angelo TX 76905
Tel: (325) 481-8371
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 23 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 98% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 89% Job Placement Rate: 83%
Tuition Fees: $4,107 Resident, $4,517 Non-resident
http://www.howardcollege.edu/come-to-hc/health-professions/radiologic-technology.html

Lamar Institute of Technology
802 East Lavaca Street, Beaumont TX 77710
Tel: (409) 880-8848
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 83% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 86% Job Placement Rate: 86%
Tuition Fees: $2,739 Resident, $10,974 Non-resident
http://www.lit.edu/depts/allied/programs/mrt.aspx

Laredo Community College
West End Washington Street, Laredo TX 78040-4395
Tel: (956) 721-5386
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 42% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92% Job Placement Rate: 82.5%
Tuition Fees: $3,630 Resident, $5,230 Non-resident
Description: The Radiologic Technology Program (RADR) aims to prepare students for a career as Radiologic Technologists. The program strives to provide an educational experience that will produce competent entry- level radiographers capable of addressing the needs of the constant changing and challenging health environment. Graduates have an ARRT first pass rate of over 85%
http://www.laredo.edu/cms/LCC/Instruction/Divisions/Health_Sciences/Radiologic_Technology/Radiologic_Technology_Welcome/

Lone Star College – CyFair
9191 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress TX 77433
Tel: (281) 290-3926
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 97% Job Placement Rate: 88%
Tuition Fees: $3,658 Resident, $6,179 Non-resident
Description: The program mission is to provide a comprehensive education of structured learning experiences and to assist in meeting the community?s need for medical imaging professionals.
http://lonestar.edu/medical-radiology-dept-cyfair.htm

Lone Star College – Montgomery
3200 College Park Drive, Conroe TX 77384-0496
Tel: (936) 273-7412
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 79% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $1,506
Description: The program capitalizes on growing opportunities by partnering directly with area hospitals and clinics to provide a unique, 2-year AAS degree plan.
http://www.lonestar.edu/medical-radiology-dept-montgomery.htm

Lyndon B. Johnson General Hospital/Harris Health System
9250 Kirby Drive, Suite 1800, Houston TX 77054
Tel: (713) 634-1558
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 78% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 87% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $2,400
Description: This is a 2-year program, during which students are assigned to clinical rotations in all imaging modalities offered at?Harris Health. Ben Taub Hospital, one of only two Level I trauma centers in Houston, TX, offers students a unique opportunity to experience the dynamics of trauma care.
https://www.harrishealth.org/en/careers/diagnostic-medical-imaging/pages/radiography-program.aspx

McLennan Community College
1400 College Drive, Waco TX 76708
Tel: (254) 299-8342
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 88.6% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 92.5% Job Placement Rate: 93.5%
Tuition Fees: $2,756 Resident, $3,224 Non-resident
Description: As part of the RADR curriculum, students must complete approximately 1,500 hours of clinical practice in different hospitals and clinics.
http://www.mclennan.edu/allied-health/radiologic-technology/

Medical Education and Training Campus (METC)
3068 William Hardee Road, Fort Sam Houston TX 78234-6402
Tel: (210) 808-1872
Program Name: Radiology
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 10 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 92.84%
Description: This program is for enlisted military personnel only. Its mission is to educate and train students to perform radiography, procedures and related patient care, at Military Medical Treatment Facilities providing quality medical care to military service members and their families in support of the METC mission to support the Nation’s ability to engage globally.
http://www.metc.mil/academics/Radiology

Midwestern State University
3410 Taft Boulevard, Wichita Falls TX 76308-2099
Tel: (940) 397-4679
Program Name: Radiologic Sciences
Program Type: Bachelor of Science
Duration: 48 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 85% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 94% Job Placement Rate: 86%
Tuition Fees: $8,248 Resident, $19,450 Non-resident
http://www.mwsu.edu/academics/hs2/radsci/bsrt/index

Odessa College
201 West University Blvd., Odessa TX 79764
Tel: (432) 335-6469
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 81% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 93% Job Placement Rate: 94.7%
Tuition Fees: $2,552 Resident, $3,432 Non-resident
http://www.odessa.edu/dept/radiology

Paris Junior College
2400 Clarksville Street, Paris TX 75460
Tel: (903) 782-0765
Program Name: Radiology Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 90% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 80% Job Placement Rate: 88%
Tuition Fees: $4,916
http://www.parisjc.edu/index.php/pjc2/main/radtech/

Pima Medical Institute-Houston
10201 Katy Fwy, Suite C, Houston TX 77024
Tel: (713) 778-0778
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 70% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 88% Job Placement Rate: 84%
Tuition Fees: $17,055
Description: Pima Medical Institute’s Memorial City campus is situated just off the I-10 Freeway, next to the Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center, in the heart of west Houston.
http://pmi.edu/Pdf/Radiography/RAD_Program-Effectiveness-Data-Master.aspx

San Jacinto College – Central Campus
8060 Spencer Highway, Pasadena TX 77505
Tel: (281) 478-3613
Program Name: Radiography
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 87.5% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 96.2% Job Placement Rate: 89.5%
Tuition Fees: $1,300
http://www.sanjac.edu/career/radiography

Southwest University at El Paso
1414 Geronimo Drive, El Paso TX 79925
Tel: (602) 509-6162
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate in Radiologic Sciences
Duration: 21 months
Tuition Fees: $10,905 Resident and Non-resident

St. Philip’s College
1801 Martin Luther King Drive, San Antonio TX 78203-2098
Tel: (210) 486-2439
Program Name: Radiography Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 67% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 85% Job Placement Rate: 85%
Tuition Fees: $4,824 Resident, $16,360 Non-resident
http://www.alamo.edu/spc/radiography/

Tarrant County College (Trinity River East Campus)
245 East Belknap Street, Fort Worth TX 76102
Tel: (817) 515-2412
Program Name: Radiology Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 77% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 93% Job Placement Rate: 80%
Tuition Fees: $3,960 Resident, $6,192 Non-resident
http://www.tccd.edu/Courses_and_Programs/Program_Offerings/Radiologic_Tech/index.html

The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Unit 190, Houston TX 77030-4009
Tel: (713) 792-3455
Program Name: Diagnostic Imaging
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 83% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 93% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $7,143 Resident, $21,930 Non-resident
Description: The school aims to be the premier educational program in Diagnostic Imaging by providing innovative curricular, clinical and continuing education services to the diagnostic imaging community and the patients we serve.
https://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/degrees-programs/school-of-health-professions/academics/diagnostic-imaging.html

Tyler Junior College
P.O. Box 9020, Tyler TX 75711-9020
Tel: (903) 510-2596
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 61.5% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $4,000 Resident, $6,224 Non-resident
http://www.tjc.edu/info/2004131/nursing_and_health_sciences/106/radiologic_technology

Weatherford College
225 College Park Drive, Weatherford TX 76086
Tel: (817) 598-6432
Program Name: Radiological Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 75% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 99% Job Placement Rate: 97.8%
Tuition Fees: $2,128 Resident, $3,304 Non-resident
https://www.wc.edu/academics/programs-study/radiological-technology

Wharton County Junior College
911 Boling Highway, Wharton TX 77488
Tel: (979) 532-6379
Program Name: Radiologic Technology
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 77.7% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 89% Job Placement Rate: 96.5%
Tuition Fees: $2,200 Resident, $4,275 Non-resident
http://www.wcjc.edu/Programs/allied-health/radiologic-technology/index.aspx

Amarillo College
2011 S. Washington, Amarillo TX 79109
Tel: (806) 354-6063
Program Name: Radiation Therapy
Program Type: Associate of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 33% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 91% Job Placement Rate: 76%
Tuition Fees: $2,964 Resident, $5,184 Non-resident
Description: Students are assigned to medical affiliates for five semesters. This includes specialized training with various radiation therapy equipment. Students typically have numerous rotations in Lubbock during the course of the curriculum. A typical student will be in the clinical area approximately 1,500 clock hours and typically participates in more than 3,000 therapeutic procedures.
http://www.actx.edu/radiation/

Galveston College
4015 Avenue Q, Galveston TX 77550-2782
Tel: (409) 944-1492
Program Name: Radiation Therapy
Program Type: Certificate, Associate of Science
Duration: Certificate: 16 months, Associate of Science: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 91.6% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 76% Job Placement Rate: 93%
Tuition Fees: $2,500
Description: Established in 1978, the Radiation Therapy Program is the state’s oldest radiation therapy program and is the only program in the state of Texas to offer a certificate program for registered radiographers. It is a 4 semester, 35 credit hour program.
http://www.gc.edu/gc/Radiation_Therapy_Technology_AAS1.asp

Texas State University-San Marcos
601 University Drive, HSC 220, San Marcos TX 78666
Tel: (512) 245-1345
Program Name: Radiation Therapy
Program Type: Bachelor of Science
Duration: 26 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 97% Job Placement Rate: 91%
Tuition Fees: $10,699 Resident, $22,735 Non-resident
http://www.health.txstate.edu/rtt/

The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Unit 2, Houston TX 77030
Tel: (713) 792-3455
Program Name: Radiation Therapy
Program Type: Bachelor of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 94% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 88% Job Placement Rate: 76%
Tuition Fees: $4,500 Resident, $20,577 Non-resident
Description: Students acquire the theoretical knowledge and professional skills in planning, delivering and recording a prescribed course of radiation and proton therapy, in the optimal use of complex therapy equipment and treatment accessories and in monitoring patients undergoing treatment, as well as an understanding of the compassionate and skilled care cancer patients require.
https://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/degrees-programs/school-of-health-professions/academics/radiation-therapy.html

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
5323 Harry Hines Blvd., MC-9082, Dallas TX 75390-9089
Tel: (214) 648-1512
Program Name: Radiation Therapy
Program Type: Certificate (Post-Baccalaureate)
Duration: 21 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 83% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 100% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $8,912 Resident, $18,987 Non-resident
http://www.utsouthwestern.edu/education/school-of-health-professions/programs/certificate-programs/radiation-therapy/about-the-program.html

The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Unit 2, Houston TX 77030-4009
Tel: (713) 563-3489
Program Name: Medical Dosimetry
Program Type: Bachelor of Science
Duration: 24 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 90% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 81.1% Job Placement Rate: 96.8%
Tuition Fees: $4,424 Resident, $19,517 Non-resident
Description: The Program in Medical Dosimetry is designed to prepare students for the technical, theoretical and psychological aspects of a career as a Medical Dosimetrist.
https://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/degrees-programs/school-of-health-professions/academics/medical-dosimetry.html

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
7979 Wurzbach Road, MC 7889, San Antonio TX 78229-4427
Tel: (210) 450-5664
Program Name: Medical Dosimetry
Program Type: Certificate
Duration: 12 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 100% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 79.2% Job Placement Rate: 92.6%
Tuition Fees: $12,500 Resident and Non-resident
http://radonc.uthscsa.edu/Education/medicalDosimetry.asp

The University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
1515 Holcombe Boulevard, Unit 002, Houston TX 77030-4009
Tel: (713) 792-0296
Program Name: Magnetic Resonance
Program Type: Bachelor of Science
Duration: 12 months
Program Effectiveness:  Completion Rate: 88% Credential Examination Pass Rate: 96% Job Placement Rate: 100%
Tuition Fees: $4,340 Resident, $19,068 Non-resident
https://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/degrees-programs/school-of-health-professions/academics/diagnostic-imaging.html

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