Radiologic Technology

Illuminating Insights: Radiologic Technology Program

Our Radiologic Technology Program is meticulously designed to impart students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practical applications of this advanced imaging technology. As you navigate through the program, you will encounter our expert faculty—composed of experienced Radiologists and healthcare professionals that are devoted to nurturing the next generation of Radiologic Technicians. Our students will have the opportunity of exploring the human body while learning about the evolving field of medical imaging at the Sacramento Ultrasound Institute.






Program Hours: 2824 Hours
Program Length: 96 Weeks
Credits Awarded: 151 Quarter
Delivery Method: Blended
Credential: Associate of Applied Science


Scrubs $200.00
Books $2,100.00
Tuition $56,625.00
Total Program Cost $58,925.00


This program is new and has not had enough time to publish performance rates at this time.

Welcome Message from the Program Director

Hello and welcome Our Radiologic Technology Program. We are excited to launch this new program here at SUI. I’m Bianca Bae, and I am the Program Director of the Radiologic Technology Program. I am excited to invite the new cohort of learners to develop skills and master their radiology journey. Our program is known for providing comprehensive, hands-on coaching that prepares students for success in the world of radiology. We offer both theoretical and clinical training. This learning structure allows our students to have opportunities to immerse in the latest technology, under the guidance of experienced experts. On our page, you can learn more about our faculty, courses, facilities, and how to apply to our program. If you have any questions or want more info, contact us via email at: We hope to be a part of your educational journey and look forward molding your medical career in radiology.


The students receive nine hundred sixty four (964) hours of didactic training and one thousand eight hundred sixty (1860) hours of clinical rotation, allowing them to apply the lecture topics into medical settings. The curriculum provides students with the technical, clinical, and interpersonal skills necessary to succeed in this field. Upon completion of the program, our students graduate with an associate in applied science.


At the Radiography Program of Sacramento Ultrasound Institute, our mission is to cultivate proficient radiologic technologists who are equipped with the technical acumen, ethical grounding, and patient-centered care approach. We are committed to fostering an environment of academic excellence, continuous learning, and community engagement. Our program endeavors to empower students with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the dynamic field of radiologic technology, ensuring they contribute positively to the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare and make a meaningful impact in the lives of patients they serve.

Topics Covered

Students in the Radiography program will be introduced to a number of topics by expert instructors that prepare them to work as a radiologic technologist, including examination techniques, equipment protocols, radiation safety and radiation protection. Students will also learn how to take medical histories, answer questions and evaluate images for physicians.

Using hands-on training with equipment that mirrors real-world settings, students will gain confidence in accurately positioning patients for a high-quality diagnostic image, administering examinations and equipment protocols and performing imaging techniques such as:

  • Bone densitometry
  • Cardiovascular-interventional radiography
  • Computed tomography
  • Mammography
  • Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Nuclear medicine
  • Sonography
  • General diagnostic radiography


Clinical training is an integral part of the Radiologic Technologist program. Students will gain hands-on experience in real-world clinical settings under the guidance of experienced professionals. This training will enable students to apply their theoretical knowledge and apply it to practical scenarios, develop proficiency in operating X-ray equipment, and refine their patient care skills. The clinical training component plays a crucial role in preparing students for a successful career in radiologic technology.


General Admissions Requirements

  • Must be a current resident in California. Government-issued I.D. is required.
  • Be at least 18 years of age (Age will be verified with Individual’s I.D.)
  • Provide documentation of eligibility to work in the United States.
  • Provide proof of appropriate educational requirements such as:
    • Copy of high school diploma or GED or
    • Copy of high school transcript showing graduation date.

Please Note:

  • Documentation of proof of completion of high school diploma or secondary education from a foreign country must be officially translated into English and show the equivalency of education in the United States; high school diploma, associates or bachelor’s degree. Evaluation of foreign transcripts must be completed by a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Information regarding this organization and its members can be found at
  • Students must notify the institution if they plan to relocate out of state. SUI is only approved to operate in the state of California. Relocating out of state may adversely impact a student’s ability to complete their program. Students must submit the Change of Address Form via the student portal prior to relocation.
  • Some programs may have additional requirements. The additional requirements will be specified on the respective program’s page on our website.


To find out if your course meets the program prerequisite or transfer requirements. Click here and access our Transfer Credit Articulation Database for more information. Please visit our Admissions page for program start dates and application window and register for a webinar info session to start your enrollment process.


Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Click here for more information about Financial Assistance. For details please call: 916-877-7977

Accreditation and Approval

Sacramento Ultrasound Institute’s Radiologic Technology program is accredited by ABHES and is approved by BPPE. This accreditation ensures that our program meets stringent educational standards, providing students with a high-quality learning experience and improving their credibility in the job market.

Licensure and Certification

Upon successful completion of the Radiologic Technology program, graduates become eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam for Radiologic Technology. Achieving this certification is crucial for enhancing employment prospects and professional recognition within the field.


According to the 2020 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the median salary for Radiology Technologists in California is $106,040. There is a projected growth of 9% from 2020-2028, faster than the average for all occupations.

Students can earn an associates in Applied Sciences Degree in Rad Tech Program at Sacramento Ultrasound Institute (SUI) and start a career in the growing field. SUI works with more than 30 clinical sites and prepares the students with the knowledge, the clinical experience, and connections needed to land a job in the field.

For more information, visit the BLS website here.


Sacramento Ultrasound Institute is dedicated to supporting students’ career aspirations. Our career services team provides personalized guidance to each student. They assist them with job searches, resume preparation, interview skills, and networking. SUI maintains a strong network of affiliations with medical facilities and organizations, offering students valuable opportunities for internships and potential employment after graduation.


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