• CCBC student practices giving a patient an x-ray.


Radiography uses x-ray radiation to create images of the tissues, organs, bones and vessels that make up the human body.

Most people are familiar with chest x-rays and also know that x-rays are the best way to diagnose broken bones. The radiographer (x-ray technologist) produces x-ray images of human anatomy for the physician to read and make a diagnosis.


Our program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology and maintains an 8-year accreditation status, with the next review in Fall 2022. We enjoy over a forty-year history of educating future radiography (x-ray) personnel who are employed in:
  • Imaging Centers
  • Physicians' Offices
  • Hospitals
  • Mobile Companies
  • Surgical Centers
  • Urgent Care Facilities


Associate of Applied Science

Through a combination of classroom and clinical education, students in the CCBC Radiography program learn to:
Student observing an xray
  • Operate x-ray equipment
  • Position patients for x-ray procedures
  • Deliver patient care
  • Produce x-ray images of human anatomy
  • Practice radiation safety

The Radiography program is a selective admissions program and enrollment in this program is competitive and limited by the availability of clinical facilities. The information contained in the links to the right will help you prepare for application and entry to the CCBC Radiography program. 

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