Radiologic technology

Brighten people’s lives by early detection of illnesses

using imaging technologies and handling expertise.




4 years

Start date



Laboratory training

Hospital training

General Info




4 years




Laboratory training

Hospital training

In enrolling in Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology (BSRT), students will learn
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

Core courses are subjects that promote clinical competence in the health care profession and ethical practice. It also promotes interprofessional education and communication skills.


Professional Courses

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.


Teaching methods

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 :

Payment Methods

Pay at the SACI Accounting Office following corona virus disease prevention protocols
Pay via online banking


A student who wishes to pursue the BSRT Program must be a Senior High School
Graduate and are encouraged to take the STEM strand under the Academic Track.

Career Opportunities

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



Tel: 8781-6363