Students in the two-year program learn diagnostic imaging skills at Washington Hospital.
Workers add a touch of Cal U to an entrance at Washington Hospital, where a new awning and interior signage identify California University of Pennsylvania’s School of Radiologic Technology at Washington Health System.
The two-year program prepares radiologic technologists — also known as radiographers or X-ray technicians — for high-demand careers in healthcare.
Cal U students attend classes and learn diagnostic imaging skills at Washington Hospital and gain hands-on experience at other clinical locations to earn an associate degree from the University.
The Cal U program is accredited by JRCERT, the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.
Learn more about the program at calu.edu/academics.