RADIOLOGY LINKS for PROGRAMS in CONNECTICUT



The X-ray image above is the link to get the specifics on the Radiology programs:
Type of Program, select: Radiography
State, select: Connecticut
Once on the page where CT programs are listed,
Click "Print View" for summary information about all of the programs.
Make sure that you come back to this page to see the more specific links below!

NOTE:
The national requirements are changing this year to require at
least an associates degree and a certificate of skills to get licensed.

Capital Community College
http://www.ccc.commnet.edu/admissionsRadiology.htm

Danbury Hospital
terminating program

Gateway Community College
http://www.gatewayct.edu/Programs-Courses/Divisions-Departments/Allied-Health/Radiologic-Technology-Programs

Hartford Hospital
http://www.harthosp.org/AlliedHealth/Radiographer/default.aspx

Middlesex Community College/Middlesex Hospital
http://www.mxcc.commnet.edu/Content/Radiologic_Technology.asp and http://middlesexhospital.org/health-care-professionals/radiologic-technology-program/program-details

Quinnipiac University (4 yr Degree)
http://www.quinnipiac.edu/school-of-health-sciences/graduate-programs/master-of-health-science-radiologist-assistant/clinical-affiliations/

St Vincent’s College
http://www.stvincentscollege.edu/programs-offered/degree-programs/


Stamford Hospital:
Program discontinued.

University of Hartford (4 yr Degree )
http://www.hartford.edu/enhp/academics/health/radtech/

Windham Community Memorial Hospital
http://www.windhamhospital.org/wh.nsf/View/RadiologySch

And of course:
Naugatuck Valley Community College
http://www.nvcc.commnet.edu/credit/radiologic-technology

Some of these links were kindly researched by Cait Martello.
May, 2013