Radiographers work in the world of medical (radiographic) imaging. They are involved in procedures like x-rays, MRIs, CT or PET scans and mammograms. They must have the training to operate very advanced medical equipment and understand the safe use of radiation and
radiopharmaceuticals for both diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Radiographers support radiologists and physicians, and may work in clinics, physician offices, hospitals, emergency facilities, or for dedicated imaging centers or mobile imaging providers.
Consult the admissions/application web pages of the professional programs for information on required pre-requisite courses and admissions tests, application procedures, and application deadlines. Some professional/graduate programs will not accept AP or CLEP credits, online courses, or correspondence courses for
the core science and math pre-requisite requirements. Many programs also require that all pre-requisite coursework be completed within a certain period of time, e.g., within 5 years prior to application. Policies vary by school and program. Be sure you know the requirements.