Associate of Science in Radiography

The big picture of a patient’s overall health begins with your first snapshot.

$62,280

Median Wage*

1,400

Clinical and Lab Hours

99%

registry exam pass rate

100%

Job Placement Rate

9%

Projected Job Growth*

*Wage and job growth based on Statistics from Bureau of Labor Statistics.

About Our ASR Program:

Our Associate of Science in Radiography (ASR) program is one of the oldest and most successful radiography programs in the region. We excel at training medical professionals who are skilled in performing diagnostic x-ray procedures and providing attentive patient care in a variety of situations. Technologists have their pick of workplace settings, including large hospitals, trauma centers, outpatient imaging centers, physician clinics, and even mobile imaging units.

Your ASR Experience:

Year One

In your first year, you will concentrate on basic academic courses. Your clinical education will launch with laboratory demonstrations that include practice on phantoms and simulated patients. You will start performing supervised radiologic examinations in the second semester.

Year Two

Your second year will focus on advanced studies with increased responsibility and independence within the clinical setting. Even better, you can rotate through a variety of specialty modalities, including CT, MRI, ultrasound, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, and cardiovascular interventional technology.

Beyond

Inspired to go further? Once you have completed the Cox College ASR program, you are guaranteed acceptance to our Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Imaging degree program.

"Cox College didn’t just teach me how to succeed, it taught me to teach others to succeed. That is the real gift Cox College gave to me. I am so honored to be called an alumni of such an outstanding organization."

Matthew Younger, ASR ‘13, BSDI ‘15

Admission Requirements

Graduation Requirements

Program Accreditation

The ASR program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (www.jrcert.org). The program is structured to optimize the learning and application of the clinical skills and concepts required of professionally competent radiographers. The radiography program has existed since 1954 and has continually strived for educational, clinical and professional excellence.

  • ASR program mission statement, goals, and student learning outcomes are available here.
  • ASR program effectiveness data is available here.

The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182
312-704-5300
mail@jrcert.org