RADIOGRAPHY

Working as a Radiography Technologist

Most radiologic technologists enter the profession as radiographers. In this role, you’ll capture images of patients’ internal organs, soft tissues, and bones using X-ray equipment. You also might assist radiologists with a range of procedures, such as fluoroscopic imaging or gastrointestinal exams that require the use of contrast media.

A career as a radiographer is challenging and rewarding. Working in this field, you’ll be an important part of a medical team that diagnoses and treats patients who have a range of diseases and injuries. 

Earn ARRT Credentials in Radiography

The purpose of ARRT certification and registration in Radiography is to recognize individuals who are qualified to perform the role of a radiographer. To earn ARRT certification and registration in this discipline, you'll use our primary eligibility pathway. Whether you're a student, looking for educational programs, or just beginning to explore career options, below are the resources you'll need to get started. 


Examination

REVIEW OUR REQUIREMENTS

Earning ARRT certification and registration in Radiography is challenging, yet very achievable. It will take time and commitment—but your hard work will pay off.  Learn more about the requirements you'll need to meet along the way, including those in education, ethics, and examination. 


Examination

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Examination

LEARN HOW TO APPLY

The application process for ARRT certification and registration in Radiography has many detailed steps—but don't worry. We have a range of resources to guide you. Start by reviewing an overview of the application process and downloading our primary eligibility pathway application handbook below. 


Questions?

If you have questions about eligibility, our requirements, or applying, we're here to help. Contact us at 651.687.0048, ext. 8560.