The first thing that comes to mind regarding Medical Radiography is usually a health care technologist who takes X-rays. While they often do that kind of imaging, they actually perform a number of other medical tests and procedures as well. These include mammograms, angiograms or cardiac images, fluoroscopic images and CT scans. These imaging specialists are an important and valued link in the team of health care professionals who are involved in today’s wide array of powerful diagnostic technology. This comprehensive three-year program provides Radiological Technologist grads with the theory and hands-on skills to operate such state of the art equipment safely and competently. They will be ready to embark on a technical career with a bright future in the health care system.