Penn State New Kensington's Radiological Sciences Program is a comprehensive academic and clinical-based curriculum.
The program begins in the fall of each year and requires 24 consecutive months (including summer sessions) to complete.
Students successfully completing the program receive an associate degree in Radiological Sciences from Penn State and are eligible to apply for examination with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) for professional certification.
Visit our program accreditation page to learn more about program statistics, assessment, mission, goals and student learning outcomes. For industry information, view the current employment summary for Radiologic and MRI Technologists according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Many US states and territories require professional licensure/certification to be employed. If you plan to pursue employment in a licensed profession after completing this program, please visit the Professional Licensure/Certification Disclosures by State interactive map.