Western Wyoming Community College and Weber State University have entered into
an articulation agreement which allows students interested in pursuing a degree in Radiologic
Technology to take their prerequisite courses at Western and then complete the radiology courses
through Weber. This program and study is equivalent in course content to the on-campus program
at Weber. Weber’s outreach program allows students who are site bound an opportunity to
complete the radiologic technology program. These students may continue to live in their own
community and work on their degree. Students are required to travel to Weber once a month
and are required to travel to various hospitals for clinical instruction. Students should apply to
Weber early in their matriculation at WWCC and be assigned to a Weber advisor to make sure
that they remain on track as they complete the WWCC coursework. Radiologic Technology is
an applied skill and science pertaining to the various types of ionizing radiation used in both the
diagnostic and therapy fields. A Registered Technologist is qualified to work in public hospitals,
clinics, and doctors’ offices. In addition, jobs are available as technical sale representatives for
x-ray equipment and supply companies and in industrial applications. The Technologist’s duties generally include making x-ray exposures, aiding the radiologist during fluoroscopy, processing films, assisting in special procedures, and transporting patients to and from x-ray.
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