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 specif... More »

To become an X-ray technician, also known as an MRI or radiologic technician, an individual must earn an associate's degree, and possibly become certified or licensed, depending on the state, says the U.S. Bureau of Labo... More »

X-ray technicians perform diagnostic tests on patients, including running X-ray scans, CT scans and MRIs; they sometimes administer dyes and drinks to patients for scans requiring contrast images. X-ray technicians work ... More »

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Some programs require as little as half a year for a student to become an X-ray technician. However, starting in 2015, technicians must pursue an associate's degree, which typically takes 2 years, to be certified nationa... More »

Become an X-ray technician by taking high school science courses, completing an accredited radiologic technology program, passing a certification exam and obtaining a state license. State licensing requirements typically... More »

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To become an X-ray technician, also known as an MRI or radiologic technician, an individual must earn an associate's degree, and possibly become certified or licensed, depending on the state, says the U.S. Bureau of Labo... More »

Jobs that start with the letter X include an X-ray technician. Their job is to use high-tech equipment to perform imaging of the inside of the human body. X-ray technicians work in hospitals, clinics and private practice... More »