|Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology||76||24|
This selective and limited-enrollment program prepares graduates for entry-level positions in hospitals and clinics. Students gain the theory and principles of radiation production as well as learn radiographic techniques and the fundamentals of patient care.
Classes not only feature traditional lectures, videos, slides and textbooks but also hands-on experience at Herzing’s on-campus lab and in actual clinics. Students completing the program will be eligible to take the national registry exam offered by the ARRT and for Florida State Licensure. Download Program Course Sheet 
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