Our program is currently on an alternate year basis. We will be accepting applicants in 2013.
To graduate radiographers who will successfully complete the ARRT examination and possess technical excellence in the performance of diagnostic procedures.
- To produce responsible, clinically competent radiographers.
- To prepare students to pass the ARRT certification examination.
- To produce technologists who are capable of utilizing effective problem solving, decision making and critical thinking skills to achieve desired outcomes.
- To graduate students who will practice within the ethical and legal boundaries of the profession and develop an attitude of professional behavior and responsibility.
- To produce technologists who are capable of utilizing effective communication skills.
Faculty can be reached at 706/774-5010.
The University Hospital School of Radiography, established in 1983, is on the leading edge of technology with the latest in radiographic equipment and procedures. Students receive extensive training in routine, fluoroscopic procedures as well as an introduction to the specialized areas in the Radiology Department. With such sophisticated techniques as magnetic resonance imaging, computerized tomography and other examinations using state-of-the-art equipment, this modern facility offers a range of clinical experience in preparation for an exciting and rewarding career.
The two-year program maximizes training experience through a low student/teacher ratio enabling the trained technologist to enter the profession highly qualified to perform diagnostic radiographic procedures.
Classes for the Certificate Program in Radiography begin in July. Classroom and clinical education encompass approximately 40 hours per week.
Learn more about the program.
- Low-cost education
- Experienced instructors
- Respected profession
- Clinical experience
- Modern facility
- Free parking facilities
- State-of-the-art equipment
- Wide variety of procedures
- Low student-teacher ratio
- CPR classes
- Student seminar
- Job availability
Employment opportunities are available for radiographers in hospitals, clinics, private physicians’ offices or in the industrial field. Opportunities are available in the Southeast and throughout the United States
Applicants must have completed at least an Associate Degree in any discipline from a nationally or regionally accredited U.S. post-secondary institution. Algebra or Pre-calculus and Written Communication or College English are required. Applicants must possess the physical and mental capacities to perform in this profession.
Those seeking admission to the program must complete an observational session, algebra test, and a personal interview with the faculty. Due to limited enrollment, admission is competitive.
Upon enrollment students are required to submit to drug testing and a criminal background check.
Students completing the program are eligible to sit for the certification examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists in Radiography.
University Hospital Stephen W. Brown School of Radiography is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL, 60606-2901, 312/704-5300. www.jrcert.org.
The Stephen W. Brown School of Radiography Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to deserving students (funds pending) for the second year’s tuition. University Health Care Foundation extends to you, your friends and family an invitation to contribute to this endowment in honor or memory of loved ones, or in appreciation for the field of Radiology.
Tuition must be paid annually. The application fee, tuition and deposit are non-refundable.
*Fees are subject to change.
Fill out an application form and return it to: School of Radiography, University Hospital, 1350 Walton Way, Augusta, GA 30901-2612.
Three references also must be submitted for your application to be considered.