Radiography Program

Associate in Applied Science Degree

Washtenaw Community College offers an A.A.S. degree for an entry level career in the field of diagnostic radiography. Students are enrolled in a two-year comprehensive curriculum that includes specialty course in diagnostic imaging, extensive clinical training in affiliated hospitals and an array of core elective courses.

Students may also obtain advanced degrees in diagnostic medical sonography, nuclear medicine, and radiation therapy. Career opportunities in healthcare management and education are available for students who obtain a Bachelor’s of Science degree. Washtenaw Community College currently has an articulation agreement with Eastern Michigan University for students who wish to pursue a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Health Administration.

Medical Imaging Certificate Programs

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT) and Mammography

Washtenaw Community College offers specialty imaging certificates to those who have graduated from a JRCERT-accredited Radiography program. Post-Associate Certificate options include Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Computed Tomography (CT) and Mammography. These programs are completed in three semesters, two semesters and one semester, respectively. Pursuing a post-associate certificate can increase your professional value and marketability in the field of Medical Imaging.

To learn more about the medical imaging certificate programs, click here.

Radiography Program Director:
William Nelson, MA, RT (R)
Phone: (734) 677-5119
E-mail: wnelson@wccnet.edu