Brighten people’s lives by early detection of illnesses
using imaging technologies and handling expertise.
how to produce images of internal organs and bones of a human body. Coursework in
this field includes training in the equipment used for medical imaging, such as X-rays,
CT scanners, MRIs, sonogram machines, and 3D medical imaging modalities. Students
are also introduced to topics regarding patient care, anatomy, medical terminology,
safety standards, and laws and regulations in the field.
About the Radiologic Technology study programme
Structure and content
The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology is a four (4) year course that provide
educational activities leading to the preparation of its graduates for employment as
radiographers in the healthcare community. The program will offer continuing education
opportunities to enhance and/or provide new skills for the qualified practitioner.
The programme component is as follows:
• General Education courses
• Other required Courses
• Core Courses
• Professional Courses
General Education Courses
The General Education courses focusses on the ability to effectively communicate orally and in writing using both English and Filipino language. The student will spend the first two(2) years in college for the general education courses.
Other required Courses
Other required courses teaches student the ability to engage in lifelong learning and the understanding of the ability to keep abreast of the development in the specific field of practice
Core courses are subjects that promote clinical competence in the health care profession and ethical practice. It also promotes interprofessional education and communication skills.
The course educates student to apply scientific knowledge, technical skills and the proper work attitude and values necessary for the practice of Radiologic Technology . The professional course subjects are introduce starting 1st year of college.
The program of teaching incorporates theoretical and practical learning. All laboratory work is under the supervision of a qualified and licensed practitioners.
The senior year is dedicated to intership program. eleven months of training at different affiliating/training hospitals are available to students to put into practice what they have learned inside the classroom.
Fees and tuition
Fees and Tuition
For information on tuition and other fees, you may contact the finance department at
the following: Direct line (8)712-3230, 0966-844-9418 or send them an email at :
Pay at the SACI Accounting Office following corona virus disease prevention protocols
Pay via online banking
Graduate and are encouraged to take the STEM strand under the Academic Track.
A successful graduate has vast opportunities practicing his profession in the following:
- Radiologic Technologist
- Ultrasound Technologist
- Mammography Technologist
- Computed Tomography Technologist
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
- Interventional Radiology Technologist
- Digital Subtraction Angiography Technologist
- Radiation Therapy Technologist
Andrea R. Bulayungan
My education at SACI has allowed me to begin a fulfilling career as a Licensed Physical Therapist. I have been given the opportunity to do my internship program in some of the busiest DOH/ Government hospitals in the country and to learn various rehabilitation practices and skills. Within the course I was able to build a foundational understanding that I was able to use during my practice.
Moreover, my professors helped arose my curiosity and desire for continued learning.
Overall, I am proud to be an alumna for it helped me shape my career and the person I am today.
Chevy N. Gumera
As a graduate of SOUTHEAST ASIAN COLLEGE INC. I can say that they truly serve their mission, to give education of the highest quality. Lots of things was taught to us that made us, US today.
I am thankful for all the knowledge and skills they’ve instilled in us to become professionals not only in the aspect of being a clinician but also an educator.
Clarence Christian G. Esparaz
The College of Physical Therapy in Southeast Asian College Inc. was a blessing in disguise for me in terms of speaking from the perspective of a transferee student from another PT school because unlike the previous school, SACI was a very homecoming experience for me. The professors are what makes the college incredible and outstanding. They were not just instructors or lecturers I saw them as people who really are passionate about their students achieving their dreams as professionals in their respective fields.
I will always keep them in my heart as the professors whom I will always respect and admire for without them I wouldn’t have become a college degree holder nor a licensed Physical Therapist today.
Isabelle Lourdes H. Antonio
SACI College of Physical Therapy is not just a school or a department for me. It is a home where I felt safe to hone every bit of my skills, knowledge and talent. Our department built the best foundation of what I am today, what I have achieved, and what I will soon become in the future.
I wouldn’t be an amazing licensed physical therapist without the professors who helped me in every step of the way. I can clearly remember during my review for the board exams, my professors would allow me to sit in their class so I can review better.
And now, I finally have my very own clinic at the same time teaching in the academe. I am more than excited to share that I have treated some celebrities immediately after I got my license! Never in my wildest dreams have I ever thought I would come this far.
Aside from the technical aspect of the profession, I also was able to use my other talent which is in the arts. I would always do free make up for our department’s candidate in the Ms. SACI pageant. I always looked forward to that activity of the school year which had become my favorite part being able to express my artistic talent without any hesitation.
SACI was surely my best training ground.
The professors were the best support system not just in my profession, but also in my personal growth and with the talents I have. I am very thankful for them. They were with me in my every milestone, since I entered college and up until now.
Now that I am also a professor in the academe, I still look up to them and collaborate to produce amazing professionals like I am.
I can not thank Southeast Asian College and my beloved professors enough for the fantastic job they selflessly did for me.
Kris Sheva O. Sulivas
Southeast Asian College Inc. is one among those unique Institutions. SACI and Faculties provides high standard of education. They help students achieve their goals and build careers. They also enhances distinctive competencies and skill sets that help students grow their professional life in an exponential pace.
No doubt, I made the best choice. I am now a Licensed Physical Therapist and now works as a private PT with knowledge and skills necessary and important to provide my patients with the highest quality of care.
Liezel Anne A. Garcia
Being enrolled in BSPT program was not really my choice. But as I continued the journey with the help of our PT professors, who actually cared about our progress and didn’t mind going extra mile to help us out, I finished the program. I was able to appreciate the intricacy of the design and functions of our human brain and the other systems of our body.
I am now a Licensed Physical Therapist, and I am currently using the knowledge I obtained from the program to provide excellent care, improve strength, mobility, function and recapture lives before injury.
Rexmon M. Gorospe
Fresh from the Mindoro province with my high school diploma, I came here to Manila with no idea what I was going to be. My father is a farmer and my mother is a housewife from Occidental Mindoro.
We didn’t know that application for colleges and universities start at least 6 months prior to the next school year and classes was about to start then. Fortunately, my nurse Aunt who is an alumna of Southeast Asian College Inc helped me apply at her Alma Mater and I got in the College of Radiologic Technology, the flagship program of SACI, having a history of topping the board and competent and topnotch professionals in the field.
But sooner I decided to shift to Physical Therapy which could better prepare me for my dream to become a medical doctor, PT having anatomy and physiology subjects. I remember, one of my classmates at that time told me that I should have been in big universities like UP or UST. Things happened for a reason. SACI might not be the best school out there but SACI has a tight community and the teachers are really compassionate and kind. They take care of the students and cater the schedule for irregular students. They reward hard working students with academic scholarship which I was able to enjoy during my college years.
Eventually I passed my board exam and before I went into medical school, I taught anatomy and physiology as an assistant professor in SACI’s PT department. Teaching is my way of giving back to my alma mater. I am now a 3rd year medical student at University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center Inc. (UERMMMCI).
Wherever school you graduate from, what matters most are your character and grit not to give up. Who would have thought that me from a remote barrio in Mindoro would be a future doctor in the making.