Find an X-ray technician program at Xrayschools.com and Radiology-Schools.com. The websites offer search tools to find schools by state and ZIP code. Radiology-Schools.com also allows users to refine the search by specific areas of study and learning preferences, such as classroom or online format.
As of 2015, most states require that X-ray technicians have licenses to practice. X-ray technician schools offer many different specializations and focuses, such as tomography, mammography, angiography and fluoroscopy. The Bureau of Labor Statistics expects fast growth in employment for this field, as baby boomers age and require X-rays to diagnose and monitor many health conditions.