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California State University, Northridge
Radiologic Sciences, B.S.

The Radiologic Sciences B.S. degree program prepares practitioners (radiologic technologists) to work with the patient and physician, performing a wide variety of diagnostic imaging procedures within the radiology (x-ray) department. The radiologic technologists must know the principles of anatomy, physiology, pathology, radiographic imaging, radiation safety, the operation of many types of x-ray and computerized equipment, the professional care and handling of patients and the management of a radiology department or division. The baccalaureate program provides a multi-competent advanced imaging practitioner for the diagnostic team. Program competencies include experiences with standard x-ray equipment, angiographic suites, computed tomography (CT or CAT) scan), magnetic resonance (MR), interventional imaging, and mammography.

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