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Top 9 Radiology Schools

Top 9 Radiology Schools

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There are obviously more than 10 radiology scholarships and grants that you can apply for, but the following top scholarships and grants are among the best opportunities for educational financing in this field.
  • Ashford University: After earning a BA in Healthcare Administration here you will have met your prerequisites and earned an education that prepares you to manage other radiology techs.
  • Baker College Online: This school offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Administration for radiology technician students with additional courses in management.
  • DeVry University: Completing a B.B.A. in Health Services Management at DeVry will provide all your prerequisites as well as the management skills to lead.
  • Herzing College: This online school offers an Associate of Science degree in Allied Health that meets the general requirements for a clinic radiological technician program.
  • Keiser University: With an Associate of Science degree in Medical Assisting program from this affordable and respected school you will have all the necessary radiology laboratory skills.
  • Penn Foster College: This Internet-based school offers an Associate in Health Information Technology degree with all the prerequisite courses needed to enter a clinical program.
  • Rasmussen College: With an associate’s degree in Medical Administration from this top online school you will have all the radiology technician clinical prerequisite courses out of the way.
  • South University: In less than a year you can earn an associate’s degree in Allied Health Science and get into a radiology technician clinical program as soon as possible.
  • Virginia College: This online university offers a Bachelor of Science in Health Services Management degree with the prerequisites to enter a radiology technician clinical program and enter management positions after becoming certified.

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