Associate of Applied Science

What You Will Learn

A new Radiography class is selected for each fall semester.

Pre-Professional Phase

This phase is the students who are currently not enrolled in or eligible for admission into the professional Radiography courses phase. Students in this phase can take all of the general education and speech fundamentals required for the Radiography major. They can study full or part time and in the day or evening. All seven pre-requisites must be completed by the end of the spring semester. Admission into the professional phase is not guaranteed once preprofessional course work is completed.

Professional Phase

The Radiography Program is strictly a day program (no evenings or weekends). The candidate will complete 1100 hours in didactic courses and 1500 hours in clinical education. Interested candidates must attend one of the eight mandatory information sessions. The information sessions are held once a month from June until February. The information session dates are on the program’s webpage. The information session will provide the candidate with program’s check sheet program application and brochure. The deadline for the program application is March 1. Candidates must be accepted for admission to the college before the program application can be filed.

Why Study Radiography at CCM?

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Radiography at CCM is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to enter the field of radiography. The curriculum includes a general education foundation and 45 credits in courses pertinent to the development of competency in diagnostic radiography.

The CCM Radiography Program stands out because of its family environment, caring faculty and emphasis on professionalism. Skilled full-time and adjunct clinical instructors with over 40 years of experience in the field of Radiography utilize the energized radiography lab on campus, plus seven clinical affiliates for clinical education. The bar is set high for this Program and the students who engage in all that the Program offers will be the ones who experience the highest success.

Career Opportunities

Upon graduation from the Radiography Program, the following careers may be pursued:

  • Cardiovascular Interventional Technology
  • Computed Tomography
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography
  • Diagnostic Radiography
  • Mammography
  • Medical Dosimetry
  • MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Radiation Therapy


The Radiography Program has been accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology for eight years

JCERT Program Effectiveness Data

JRCERT 20 N Wacker Drive Suite 2860
Chicago IL 60606-3182


State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection – Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners

P.O. Box 415
Trenton, NJ 08624

Where You Can Go

The rapid expansion of medical diagnostic imaging has greatly increased the diversity and utility of medical diagnosis. A career in Radiologic Technology offers vast opportunities for advancement.


  • Most radiologic technologists work in hospitals, but others choose to work in private healthcare facilities or imaging centers
  • Average work schedule can easily surpass 40 hours a week plus working weekends and on call
  • Average radiologic technologist salary varies from state to state
  • According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the annual mean wage for Radiologic Technologists in New Jersey was $71,450 in 2020
  • Over 5,000 employment opportunities in New Jersey in 2020
  • Transfer agreement with Saint Elizabeth College in Madison, NJ
  • Rutgers University to earn a Bachelor in Science in Radiologic Imaging Modalities.

Contact Info

Allied Health Department
Cohen Hall, Room 300

Professor Denise Vill’Neuve
Chairperson of Allied Health and Program Director for Radiography