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List of Radiology Assistant Schools and Colleges

Radiology assisting is a recently established occupation combining radiologic technology training with more complex patient care procedures. This growing occupation is available to experienced radiologic technologists who complete advanced training at the undergraduate or graduate level.

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How to Select a Radiology Assistant School

When searching for a radiology assistant school, students might want to consider programs using several learning approaches, such as research, clinical work, case studies and lab work. Clinical work gives students hands-on experience working with radiologic machinery while case studies focus on managing patients and reacting to on-the-spot tasks. Altogether, these approaches help students understand how to properly assist licensed radiologists.

Required courses for a radiology assistant program may deal with biological sciences, medical terminology and equipment. Course topics include human anatomy, pathophysiology, clinical pharmacology, patient assessment, research methods, intervention procedures, health law and pathology. In radiology equipment seminars, students learn how to use x-ray or digital radiography equipment for example and, sometimes, help interpret the results.

Students also learn how to interview patients, review patient records, explain procedures and determine if patients have followed directions in preparation for treatment. These findings are then reported to a radiologist or physician.

In addition to curriculum suggestions, students need ideally to find a school with a program in radiology assistant accredited in a manner in accordance with criteria outline by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (www.arrt.org) on its website. A program in radiology assistant should lead to graduates being eligible for ARRT certification.

Schools by Overall Student Population

College/UniversityStudent PopulationInstitution Type
Ohio State University 53,7154-year, Public
Virginia Commonwealth University32,0444-year, Public
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill28,5674-year, Public
Weber State University21,3884-year, Public
Bloomsburg University8,8554-year, Public
Quinnipiac University7,4134-year, Private not-for-profit
Midwestern State University6,0934-year, Public
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 5,9064-year, Public
Loma Linda University 4,040 4-year, Private not-for-profit
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences2,6524-year, Public
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