Radiologic Technology Program
Program Application Information
To apply to the Radiologic Technology Program a student DOES NOT need to complete the program prerequisites and general education requirements first. After applying to the college a student may immediately apply to the program online. This will place the student on the program waitlist.
- Apply to Mt. SAC online
- Complete new student orientation and the assessment questionnaire
- Meet with a counselor/advisor to complete a Radiologic Technology Admission Course Checklist and review AS degree requirements
- Apply to the Radiologic Technology Program online
- You are now on the waitlist
Now you can complete your general education and program prerequisites while you wait. Make sure to review the Program Information Packet for complete information and respond to all program related emails.
We are now partnering with Southern Illinois University (SIU) to provide our Rad Tech students with a pathway to TWO Bachelor's Degrees:
- Health Care Management B.S. (online course work along with an internship at a healthcare facility)
- Radiological Sciences- Education and Management B.S. (fully online)
These pathways also lead to online Master's Degrees in Health Administration or Radiologic Sciences.
100% of the students graduating in 2017 secured employment in Radiologic Sciences within one year of program completion. Congratulations to the Radiologic Technology Class of 2017!
The course of study in Radiologic Technology at Mt. San Antonio College and its affiliated hospitals is designed to train students in the diagnostic uses of x-ray as well as the technical skills to use x-ray equipment in both the laboratory and clinical settings. Students learn to operate x-ray equipment, assist physicians in the diagnosis of disease, and to apply proper medical ethics. Students will also learn the nature of radiation, the principles of radiation protection, the structure of x-ray machines, and the operation of a clinical x-ray department.
Students who complete a total of four (4) regular semesters, two (2) winter, and three (3) summer intersessions of preparation at the College and its affiliated hospitals are eligible to apply for the registry examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the California Certification of Radiologic Technology with the Department of Public Health.
The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by:
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
The program adheres to standards established by the JRCERT. Individuals interested in reviewing those standards and program compliance can visit: www.jrcert.org
Radiology Dept. Chair & Program Director