Radiologic Technology

Health Science
The Radiologic Technology Program is JRCERT accredited and trains individuals with high character, compassion and commitment for a career in diagnostic medical imaging.

This 22-month program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become exceptional, entry level radiologic technologists. Applicants must have an Associates Degree or higher. Anatomy & Physiology and Medical Terminology courses are required (See Program Director for course offerings at MTC ).


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2,700, approximately 2 years (22 months)

Tuition is approximately $9,974, plus books and fees (PDF)

This is a Selective Admission program. Attending an Information Session is mandatory. Applicants with a degree of any level and any major are given priority consideration.
Admissions Policies and Procedures Packet (PDF)

MTC Main Campus

Supplemental Packet (PDF)
Student Handbook (PDF)

Tuition is approximately $9,648.20, plus books and fees (PDF)

Program Highlights


Vary, ranging from:

$41,000 to $57,000*

*Based on local industry information.


  • Advanced Imaging Center
  • Citrus Memorial Hospital
  • Lake Medical Imaging
  • Leesburg Regional Med Center
  • Ocala Regional Med Center
  • Radiology Associates of Ocala
  • West Marion Hospital
  • Windsor Oaks
  • Ocala Family Med Center
  • The Villages Regional Hospital
  • Timberridge Imaging Center
  • The Orthopedic Institute
  • Advent Health
  • Shands Health

What You Will Learn

Radiologic Technology Master Plan of Instruction

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  • Radiographic Anatomy
  • Medical Ethics
  • Medical Terminology
  • Pathology
  • Patient Care
  • Radiographic Procedures / Patient Positioning
  • Radiographic Imaging & Exposure
  • Radiation Physics
  • Radiation Protection
  • Radiobiology
  • Cross-Sectional Anatomy
  • Advanced Modality Imaging


ARRT National Registry Exam

Graduates from this accredited program take national board exams administered by the American Registry for Radiologic Technologists ( ARRT is accepted as the credentialing agency for radiographers in the United States.


  • Hospitals
  • Outpatient clinics
  • Mobile companies
  • Travel companies
  • Physician’s offices







Goal 1: Students will be clinically competent. 
Outcomes: Students will set appropriate technical factors. Students will utilize proper radiation protection techniques

Goal 2: Students will communicate effectively.
Outcomes: Students will demonstrate appropriate written communication skills. Students will use appropriate oral communication.

Goal 3: Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills.
Outcomes: Students/graduates will effectively employ critical thinking and problem solving strategies with non-routine examinations. Students/graduates will accurately evaluate radiographic images for diagnostic quality.

Goal 4: Students will model professionalism.
Outcomes: Students/graduates will conduct themselves in a professional manner in the clinical setting. Students/graduates will pursue professional growth and development.

Business Advisors

  • Cirocco Rocco | Citrus Memorial Hospital
  • D’Ambrosio Tonya | Radiology Associates of Ocala
  • Grosse Matt | Advent Health
  • Lorenze Bill | Leesburg Regional Medical Center
  • Kohlmaier Lisa | Advent Health
  • McGonigal Rob | Citrus Memorial Hospital
  • Robinson Shannon | Advanced Imaging
  • Smith Brian | Ocala Health
  • Volkmar Marcella | Lake Medical Imaging & Breast Center
  • Whittemore Amy | Ocala Regional Medical Center
  • Williams Ted | Leesburg Regional Medical Center / The Village Regional Hospital

Steps To Enrollment

  • Step 1

    Complete & Submit Online Application.

  • Step 2

    Submit paperwork to Student Services at the MTC campus. Provide copies of two officially recognized proofs of residency, copies of Driver’s License, and the Supplemental Program Packet. Pay $20.00 non-refundable application fee. (Application Completed)

    SUPPLEMENTAL PACKETS VARY – Attending an Information Session may be required for acceptance into the program.

  • Step 3

    Financial Aid application –
    Complete FAFSA application and provide a Student Aid Report (SAR). MTC school code: 031039

  • Step 4

    You will be notified by program department of acceptance. You will be notified by Financial Aid of estimated funds available. (Registered)

  • Step 5

    Pay fee and/or sign enrollment document to complete enrollment process in Student Fees.
    Seat in scheduled program is confirmed after Student Fees is completed. (Enrolled)