Radiologic Technologies

Program Background

The Radiologic Technologies program consists of a comprehensive curriculum designed to educate and train students in the art and science of diagnostic radiologic technology. This is a new 122-credit program. Students are eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) National Certification Examination. 

Radiologic technology is the art and science of utilizing radiation to produce diagnostic images of the tissues, bones, organs and vessels of the body to assist physicians in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. Images may be recorded on film or viewed digitally on a video monitor. The radiographer is an essential member of the health care team and is responsible for producing quality diagnostic images through accurate positioning, radiation protection and quality patient care.

This program's current clinical placement sites include NYU Langone Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Helen Hayes Hospital, St. Joseph's Medical Center.

Employment Outlook

Employment data projections reveal strong growth potential for Radiologic Technologists, beginning with a median starting salary of $55,910, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.  The job outlook for Radiologic and MRI Technologists is growing faster than average, projected at 21% by 2022, with over 48,000 new jobs projected to be added during that period. 

Sample Program Course Schedule

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Effective Fall 2015
High School and Transfer students must submit all required documents for standard admission.

NOTE: Prior to enrollment, documentation of 50 hours of volunteer hours in a health care facility should be demonstrated (this can occur after admission to Concordia and is a requirement for enrollment vs admission).

In addition, students need to meet the requirements below:

Transfer (students with 28 or more college credits, including those with a prior degree)

  • Overall college GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
  • Interview with program representative

 All others (high school students and transfers with less than 28 credits)

  • High School cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Interview with program representative


Molinda D. Kearns, Ph.D., Chair, Division of Health Studies, Associate Professor of Biology and Chemistry
Ph.D., Pharmaceutical Science, Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health Science, LIU Brooklyn; M.S., Molecular Biology, LIU; B.S., Biological Sciences, D’Youville College. Post Doc, Pathology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

Daniel J. Sorrentino, M.S., R.T. (R), Program Director, Assistant Professor of Radiologic Technology
M.S., Health Services Management, New York Medical College; B.S., Business Administration, St. Thomas Aquinas College; A.A.S, Allied Health – Radiology, Bergen Community College. ARRT Certified

Dorothy A. Saia, M.A., R.T. (R) (M), Adjunct Professor of Radiologic Technology
M.S., Education, Sacred Heart University, Fairfield CT; B.S., Human Services Administration, New Hampshire College, Manchester NH; Danbury Hospital, Program in Radiography, Danbury CT; ARRT Certifications: Radiography, Mammography.

Keith R. Watson, B.S., R.T. (R), Instructor of Radiologic Technology
B.S., Chemistry, City College of New York, CUNY; Radiologic Technology Certification, Saint Joseph’s Medical Center School of Radiology. ARRT Certified.

Thai Chan-Grullon, B.S., R.T. (R), Instructor of Radiologic Technology, Clinical Placement Coordinator, Health Studies and Radiologic Technology.
B.S., Security Management, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY; Radiologic Technology Certification, Saint Joseph’s Medical Center School of Radiology. ARRT Certified.