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Radiologic Science | Associate Degree

Vermont State University


Radiologic technologists use imaging technology to help identify what is happening in the bones, organs, tissues, and vessels of a patient’s body. By earning your Associate of Science in Radiologic Science at Vermont State University, you will gain the imaging skills to help identify life-threatening conditions and prevent disease.

Through coursework and hands-on experience in clinical settings, you will be introduced to general, fluoroscopic, trauma, orthopedic, and surgical imaging. You’ll also learn how to use effective non-verbal, oral, and written communication in patient care.

Program graduates may apply for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam. Passing this exam opens the door to cross-training in CT, mammography, and more.

Cost Total Cost $62,532

  • Tuition (yearly) $9,984

  • Housing & Meals (yearly) $12,898

  • Program Tuition (yearly) $6,768

  • Fees (yearly) $1,416

  • Cost information is approximate, please visit the program's website for the most up to date information available.

Financial Assistance

  • Grants & Scholarships

    More than 80 percent of Vermont State University students receive some form of financial aid. Our dedicated financial aid team works to bring a Vermont State education within reach for students from all financial backgrounds with grants, scholarships, student loans, and more. Here, we are committed to making your education as affordable as possible so you can confidently invest in your future and be well on your way to a successful career.

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