Radiologic Technology, AAS

Diagnostic radiologic technologists perform and assist with medical exams by utilizing technology (mammograms, X-rays, MRIs, etc.) to image specific parts of the body. Doctors review the images to diagnose and monitor their patients. This degree prepares you for a variety of career paths in this expanding field. Graduates are eligible to sign up for the American Registry of Radiologic Technicians examination for certification.

Course Maps

A course map is a quick guide to help students figure out which courses to take each quarter. Course maps were written by BC faculty, who have used their expertise to recommend specific courses students can take to achieve their academic or career goals. Students should meet with an advisor to learn more.

Courses & Requirements

The course catalog is a great place to find detailed information on this program.

Sample Courses

  • Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning
  • Introduction to Sectional Anatomy
  • Pathology
  • Clinical Education

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  • Portrait of Kris Miller.

    Kris Miller

    • Program Chair

    Kris Miller has a Bachelor’s degree in Education and is a registered technologist in both Radiology and Mammography. He is the Radiologic Technology Program Chair and also teaches in the Radiation Therapy program. He has worked in various settings including Veteran’s Administration Puget Sound, Radiology Associates of Sacramento and Spokane.

  • Portrait of Jamie Gayden.

    Jamie Gayden

    • Faculty/Clinical Coordinator

    Jamie Gayden graduated from Bellevue College's Radiologic Technology program in 2009. She progressed from being staff technologist, to working advanced modalities in IR and CT, and eventually landing leadership and management positions at major hospitals in the area, including Harborview and Swedish Providence.