Guide to X-Ray Technician Schools

An X-ray technician plays a very important role in the diagnosis of many diseases.

They are the people who take X-rays to find things such as broken bones and diseased organs, as well as administering nonradioactive materials into a patient’s bloodstream for diagnostic purposes.

Most jobs in this field require an associate degree from an accredited school or college. There also is a bachelor degree program offered for this field.

To find a school or college that offers this program, please use the search tool at the top of the page.