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... or xray tech. I would really appreciate any info that any can give to shoot me in the right direction. What classes would I have to take? ... (11 replies)
... I am too wanting to become and xray tech, but i dont want to do the nine month schooling... ... (11 replies)
... er away from recieving my associates in business degree. So basically I already have my aa in business. Just recently i've been really interested in becoming a xray tech. what would it take for me to achieve that. do i have to retake my aa all over in RT, or because i already have one i can just take a certificate course. ... (2 replies)

... Canada may have different requirements but in the US being a nurse is not a prerequisite for any xray or ultrasound career. Some older nurses who took xrays and ultrasounds may have been "grandfathered" into their positions. ... (11 replies)
... mtelsey, It takes 2 years to become a registered radiographic technologist (associates degree). I don't know where you're from, but most of the x-ray programs i've seen are located in community type colleges or a branch of a big university. Usually, you must take an entrance type exam to which your score will be compared and considered with the rest of the applicants. The... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the website, I did check that out while looking through as many online sources as I can so I can get as much info as I can. ... (11 replies)
... th, and we did have to take Ultrasound physics. But it was only one class. Not all schools have physics every semester, I actually have never heard of that. but, xray and ultrasound are two totally different fields. ... (11 replies)
... y name is Melissa and I am 25 years old. I am currently expecting my first baby due in August. My husband is in the military and will be attending cardiovascular tech school in california for a year. I am also very interested in becoming an ultrasound tech... ... (1 replies)
... I wanted to add, that I got more info from a local college here (spencerian college that seems to be on all the radiography websites as the college in ky to get certified) that offers LMR training and certification. I figured that since I do not know if we will be here for long, this would be good to start w/, then according to the college info, after 9 months I will be done... (11 replies)
... Hey, I am also looking into becoming an ultrasound tech. but I'm not nearly close in age to either of you. I am in my last year of highschool and trying to decide what courses to try and get into. I don't live too far from you zorba but I'm in Ontario. I don't want to move far away from home and mostly my boyfriend because we are really attached, and moving away would never... (11 replies)
... I wonder how much would it take me (biology graduate) to be a ultrasound/MRI tech. (11 replies)
... Melissa, I am not aware that you need any college courses. It depends on where you go to school and what their requirements are. My daugter is a registered sonographer as well as a radiographer. The sonographers I have worked with have all been radiographers first and then went into ultrasound. I am sure you already know you most certainly do not have to be an RT first but... (1 replies)
... thanks jennifer... Well I was considering Wayne State University because it's closer to home. But I can't find the exact course that I would need to take there. But my friends mom (who monitors the mother and baby in the delivery rooms at one of the hospitals around here..) told me that she knows some ultrasoundographers that have went to WSU for schooling, but I can't seem... (11 replies)
... Hello XRay Man! Thank you for the response. I went for the rad tech program at Port Huron Hospital. I had tried back in 96, but didn't make it. ... (13 replies)
... From what I know about all of it from my research, you can get a 2 year associate degree in applied science, or technology, or radiology, depending on where you go to get your schooling, and what they call your particular degree. (11 replies)
... Limited techs are only "legally" allowed to take regular x-rays (I say legally because i've heard of some doctors allowing LMR's to do MRI's etc; beware of this because you could get into potential legal trouble--shady area). LMR's are not allowed to perform ultrasounds, MRI's or even special procedures (e.g. artery catherizations, kidneys etc.) Even though it's only 9... (11 replies)

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