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Radiology Technologist Schools in Delaware

This page provides a guide to radiologic technologist and technician schools in Delaware in order to help you find information about schools in the state that may be a match for your educational and career goals. The colleges and universities in Delaware offer several programs in radiologic technology that can support your future career in medical imaging. You may also wish to consider online radiologic technologist and technician schools, which some students find to be a more flexible and independent avenue to earning a degree or certificate in this field. Read about the difference between radiology technologists and radiology technicians. Read more about radiologic technologist and technician schools in Delaware and career projections for radiologic techs by continuing below, where you will find a table of top-rated rad tech programs and list of nationally accredited radiologic technology programs, as well as additional information about careers in radiologic technology.

Radiologic Technology Program Stats

  • There is 1 school with a radiologic technology degree program in Delaware.1
  • No schools offer a certificate program in radiologic science.1
  • 1 school offers an associate’s degree in radiologic science.1
  • No schools offer a bachelor’s degree in radiologic science.1
  • No schools offer a master’s or advanced degree in radiologic science.1

For not-for-profit schools with radiologic technology programs.

Credentialing Exam Pass Rate and Accreditation Information for Medical Imaging Schools in Delaware

We designed the following table to allow you to easily compare top-rated, not-for-profit radiologic technology and medical imaging programs in Delaware on a variety of factors. You can sort the table by clicking on any header. Since many state licensing boards and organizations that offer credentialing exams such as the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) require that aspiring radiologic technologists complete a recognized program, accreditation is an important factor in evaluating schools. Additionally, if you are considering transferring from an associate’s degree to a bachelor’s or master’s degree in the imaging sciences, or are interested in pursuing a specialized certificate in the future, be aware that many programs consider accreditation for previously completed programs in their admissions decisions. Finally, you should always check with your state’s licensing board to ensure that the program you are considering will meet licensure requirements.

School NameAssociate’s Imaging ProgramBachelor’s Imaging ProgramGraduate Imaging ProgramNational AccreditationCompletion Rate2*Credential Exam Pass Rate2*Job Placement Rate2*Net Price**1
Delaware Technical Community College-Owens Campus (Georgetown)YesNoNoJRCERT, CAAHEP73%100%100%
Delaware Technical Community College-George Campus (Wilmington)YesNoNoJRCERT, CAAHEP, JRCNMT82%88%96%

*Completion Rate, Credential Exam Pass Rate, and Job Placement Rate data are from Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology Program Effectiveness Data for JRCERT-accredited programs.
**Net price is the annual cost per year for undergraduate tuition as reported to the National Center for Education Statistics based on the cost of tuition, books, room and board, and related expenses for students who qualify for in-state tuition and fees, after deducting the average financial aid award.

Accredited Medical Imaging Programs

JRCERT Accredited Radiography Programs

  • Delaware Technical Community College-Owens Campus (Georgetown)
  • Delaware Technical Community College-George Campus (Wilmington)

CAAHEP Accredited Sonography Programs

  • Delaware Technical Community College-Owens Campus (Georgetown)
  • Delaware Technical Community College-George Campus (Wilmington)

JRCNMT Accredited Nuclear Medicine Technology Programs

  • Delaware Technical Community College-George Campus (Wilmington)

Delaware Radiology Technologist Degree Programs

Delaware Technical Community College

Delaware Technical Community College offers the state’s only radiologic technologist program, which leads to the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology. Students may enroll at the Owens or the Wilmington campus but will spend considerable time off-campus at clinical rotations. Clinical education begins during the second semester when students work Tuesdays and Thursdays while attending classes on campus on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. That schedule will change the third semester with students on campus two days a week and at their clinical rotation three days a week. The radiologic technology program admits 22 students each year with students generally allowed to choose between beginning the program in the summer or in the fall. Students typically complete their general education coursework, which could take a year or more, before beginning the radiologic technology program requirements.

How to Become a Radiology Technologist in Delaware

Radiologic technologists and technicians in Delaware must be licensed to work in the state by the Office of Radiation Control. Application requirements include an application fee and proof of American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification or the date the applicant is scheduled to take the ARRT exam. Applicants must also sign the application, agreeing that they understand it is their mandatory obligation, under state law, to immediately report any suspected incidents of professional misconduct and child abuse. Current radiologic technology students can begin the application process for the ARRT certification exam three months prior to their intended graduation date. To maintain ARRT certification, radiology techs must complete 24 continuing education credits and pay a fee every two years.

Career Opportunities for Radiology Techs

Projected Job Growth

9%

Radiology Techs in Delaware from 2016-20263

Projections estimate job growth of 9% for rad techs in Delaware through 2026, with projections calling for an average of 40 annual openings due to growth and replacements together.3 The field of radiologic technology is one of the fastest-growing in the country with the Bureau of Labor Statistics predicting job growth of 12% nationwide for radiologic technologists and technicians between 2016 and 2026.4 As of May 2018, rad techs in Delaware earned an average of $60,550 per year.5 Radiologic technologists and technicians generally secure employment with medical facilities, hospitals, physicians’ offices, and imaging centers. Organizations that employ radiologic technologists and technicians in Delaware include Bayhealth Medical Center, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, Beebe Medical Center, MedStar Physician Partners, and Take Care Health.

Delaware Radiologic Technologist Salary and Jobs

CityNumber EmployedAverage Annual Salary
Dover140$54,360
Salisbury MD-DE350$59,320

Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics as of May 2018.6

References:
1. National Center for Education Statistics College Navigator: https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/
2. Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology Program Effectiveness Data: https://www.jrcert.org/resources/program-effectiveness-data/
3. Projections Central Long Term Occupational Projections: https://projectionscentral.com/Projections/LongTerm
4. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, Radiologic and MRI Technologists: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/radiologic-technologists.htm
5. Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2018 Occupational Employment and Wages, Radiologic Technologists: https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes292034.htm
6. Bureau of Labor Statistics May 2018 Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Area Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates: https://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oessrcma.htm