Radiologic (“X-ray”) Technologists are the medical personnel who perform diagnostic imaging examinations. Radiologic Technologists provide services in hospitals, clinics, and imaging centers. At the completion of the Radiologic Technologies clinical training program, students will be prepared for a career as a Radiologic Technologist. All programs prepare students to carry out traditional X-ray imaging, and some also prepare students to perform bone densitometry and inject contrast media. Graduates can also pursue additional post-graduate training to obtain a specialization certificate, such as for computed tomography (CT), mammography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), medical dosimetry, nuclear medicine, or diagnostic radiography.

The BS in Allied Health Technology/Radiologic Technology Concentration is a five-year Bachelor of Science degree program. The “3 + 2” program requires that students complete 96 credits at FDU (approximately 3 years), and then enroll and successfully complete an accredited Joint Review Committee in Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) hospital certificate program. JRCERT clinical training, including a large proportion of hands-on experience, is a two-year commitment. Students report that this five-year program length gives them the confidence and allows them time to achieve the academic competencies to be successful in their careers. 

Many JRCERT options are available to FDU students through our numerous articulation agreements (see list below). JRCERT programs are independent of FDU (i.e., requires separate application/acceptance is not guaranteed by FDU). Tuition is paid directly to the JRCERT program during this phase of study.  Financial aid is also not available through FDU when attending the JRCERT program, however many JRCERT programs offer their own financial aid. Students must maintain a 2.33 GPA in major classes to be eligible to apply to a JRCERT program. Please refer to the JRCERT program of interest for more information. 

JRCERT Articulations for FDU Students

Admissions requirements and application instructions are available on the websites of these respective JRCERT partners:

Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Muhlenberg Snyder Schools of Nursing and Medical Imaging

  • Location: 1200 Randolph Road, Plainfield NJ 07060.
  • Contact: Theodora Muso, Admissions Recruiter (, 908-668-2471).
  • Zoom information sessions every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of month, at 2 pm ET.
  • Clinical rotation changes every semester affiliated clinical sites: JFK Medical Center, Hackensack University Medical Center, Bayshore Medical Center, Barnabas Health, Summit Medical Group, Trinitas Regional Medical Center, NJ Imaging Network, and others.
  • Dedicated clinical preceptors across all clinical sites, for entirety of shift.
  • Full semester of Computed Tomography (CT) skills and training.
  • Dormitory facilities and financial aid available.

VALLEY HEALTH SYSTEM School of Radiography

  • Ridgewood, New Jersey 
  • Phone inquiries: (201) 447-8221.
  • Financial aid available, per website.


  • Brooklyn, NY
  • Phone inquiries: (855) 645-3500 or (718) 645-3500.
  • Financial aid available, per website.
  • CAHE also offers a Radiation Therapy program (inquire for details).


  • Englewood, New Jersey.
  • Phone inquiries: (201) 894-3481.

Sites Associated with HUDSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE Radiography Program

  • Jersey City, New Jersey.
  • Phone inquiries: (201) 360-4782.
  • Financial aid available, per website.


Academic Program Plan

**Accuplacer reading/writing scores and math assessment scores will determine which reading/writing and math courses first time, first year students will take.  Those with reading/writing placement scores below the standards must complete courses in prerequisite skills (e.g., WRIT 1000, WRIT 1001, READ 1000). Those with math placement scores below the standards must complete courses in prerequisite skills (e.g., MATH 0298, MATH 1100).  These credits are applied toward free electives or are non-credit-bearing.  This requirement applies to all first time, first year students, even if they have been accepted into this program track. 

General Education Requirements (43 credits)

  • Written & Oral Communication (9 credits) 
    • WRIT1002 Composition I: Rhetoric and Inquiry
    • WRIT1003 Composition II: Research and Argument
    • Oral Communication: Select from GenEd options
  • Information and Technological Literacy (3 credits) 
    • Select from: CSCI1145 Computer Science Fundamentals; OR CSCI1105 Computers and Computer Software
  • Ethical Reasoning (3 credits) 
  • Global and Cultural Understanding (6 credits) 
  • Scientific and Quantitative Analysis (8 credits)
  • Social and Behavioral Analysis (6 credits)
  • Inquiry in the Arts & Humanities (6 credits)
    • Creative & Expressive Arts: Select from GenEd options
    • Humanities: Select from GenEd options
  • University Core (2 credits)
    • UNIV1002 Preparing for Professional Life
    • UNIV2001 Cross-cultural Perspectives

Allied Health Technology Major Requirements (30 credits)

Additional Requirements – RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY CONCENTRATION (19 credits)

Hospital Internship (4th-5th Year) Requirements (41 credits)

  • Courses as prescribed by JCERT Hospital Program
Contact Information
Administrative Coordinator for Entry Level Programs