Top-rated radiology courses include those at the University of Washington, John Hopkins School of Medicine and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Each of these schools help students prepare for these demanding medical jobs by offering quality programs, residencies and high tech equipment, notes Study.com.
The University of Washington offers a number of specializations, including neuroradiology, pediatric radiology and cardiac imaging. As of 2015, the school's in-state tuition for medical students is considered reasonable at around $30,000, but the out-of-state tuition is much higher at around $54,000. Despite the costs, the school has a very large first-year class and overall student body in the medical school, notes StartClass.com.
John Hopkins is very hard to get into for many students, but it has one of the best-rated and respected courses in the country. The school only accepts 1.8 percent of applicants, meaning that the openings for their radiology courses are very limited. Tuition for this program is around $47,000 for both in- and out-of-state students.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has a large medical school class and accepts nearly four percent of their applicants. The school gets high rankings for its school program and has a rather low tuition for in-state students; its out-of-state tuition is considered to be affordable as well.