Radiologic Sciences

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Program Overview

The Radiologic Sciences Department of City College of San Francisco offers two full-time programs in either Diagnostic Medical Imaging (DMI) or Radiation Therapy Technology (RTT). The curricula are designed so that a student will accomplish the following two goals:

1.) Satisfy the requirements for graduation from the College with an Associate Degree in Science with a major in either Diagnostic Medical Imaging or Radiation Therapy Technology

2.) Upon program completion, the graduate will be qualified to take the national credentialing examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ( and upon passing receive national and state certification. Since 2006, 100% of the graduates of the Diagnostic Medical  Imaging program have pased the examination on the first attempt.  Since 2010, 100% of the graduates from the Radiation Therapy Technology program have passed this examination on the first attempt.

Both Programs are accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology  (, 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL  60606-3182.

These Programs require separate applications and a student must be accepted into the Program prior to enrollment. Each Program has pre-requisites which must be completed before an application can be considered.  Please refer to the Information Packet below for details.

After reading the application packets found on this website, if you have further inquiries about the programs offered by the Radiologic Sciences Department at CCSF, please e-mail:

The CCSF DMI Program DOES NOT offer advanced placement to technologists from other countries.  For a list of schools that do offer advanced placement , please click here:

Schools offering advanced placement


Information Packets and Applications

Mission Statements,  Program Goals & Learning Outcomes

Program Effectiveness Data

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