Welcome to the Medical Imaging program at Columbus State Community College, Columbus, Ohio. We are located at 389 N. Grant Ave, just 1 block west of the main campus. (See the campus map for our location).
The Medical Imaging program is proudly JRCERT accredited. More info
Radiographers are highly skilled professionals qualified by education to perform imaging examinations and accompanying responsibilities at the request of a physician. A radiographer is able to perform diagnostic imaging, fluoroscopy, trauma, surgical, and portable radiography. Specialized areas in the curriculum include: computed tomography, vascular interventional radiography, digital imaging, and magnetic resonance imaging.
The radiography program begins every year with the technical courses beginning Autumn Semester. Admission to the program is competitive with completed applications received annually. Because students and health care workers in the health care field may be exposed to infectious materials and communicable diseases, the program emphasizes safety and prevention.
JRCERT Accreditation Info
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, Il 60606-3182
Fax: (312) 704-5304
- The mission of the Columbus State Community College Medical Imaging program is to provide a quality educational program that meets the life-long learning needs of its community. This is achieved by preparing graduates for employment as a Medical Imaging Science professional. This is consistent with the Columbus State Community College Mission Statement.
- The program holds as its primary objectives, the education and training of qualified
applicants to become competent radiographers. The program endeavors to instill in
students, and subsequently graduates the following program goals:
You must have a license from the Ohio Department of Health to practice as a Radiographer or a General X-Ray Machine Operator in the State of Ohio.
Programs and Certificates