This program is a collaborative effort between UNC-CH and two area medical facilities - Duke University Medical Center, and the UNC Hospitals. These facilities provide funding for the program in an effort to support North Carolina workforce demands. Because this is a privately funded program, its continuation is contingent on sustained funding from each of these facilities. Please consult with The Division of Radiologic Science when planning on pursuing this academic program.
Upon completion of the program, graduates receive a Certificate in Radiography and may be eligible to take the national certification examination in Radiologic Technology administered by the.
Mission Statement, Program Structure, Accreditation, and Financial Information
The UNC Certificate Program in Radiography prepares students to practice competently and effectively as radiologic technologists (radiographers) in medical center settings and community hospitals.
The Radiography program is accredited as part of the University’s SACSCOC (Southern Association of Colleges and School Commission on Colleges) accreditation. This accreditation allows the students to meet the eligibility requirement for education for the national certification examination.
- fees - approximately $1000/semester; (to be determined each August)
- books and educational supplies- approximately $1500 for entire program (most books are purchased in the first semester)
- laptop computer
- internet access
- Park and Ride Permits approximately $500 for program duration
- uniforms - $75/set + shoes + lab coat
- class/lab/clinical travel
- immunizations/criminal background check/drug screening/health insurance
Susan MacNeela M.E.d., R.T.,(R) ARRT
Division of Radiologic Science
CB #7130, Bondurant Hall: Suite 3050
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7130