Do you enjoy working with technology and people? Then our Radiographer program is the right one for you.

Interested in this program?

Why should I choose this program?

We provide you with the skills and knowledge you need to perform diagnostic imaging studies, including radiography and fluoroscopy, in an emergency room (ER), mobile and operating room (OR) setting. Upon finishing our program, you will be able to gain entry level employment as a Radiologic Technologist, as well as be qualified to take the national certification exam given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

Our curriculum is designed to help you put theory into practice. We run didactic and clinical courses at the same time so that the knowledge you gain in the classroom can be immediately applied in a clinical setting. You will learn how to perform diagnostic imaging studies in our on-campus imaging lab, which features state-of-the-art technology, including a computed radiography system and digital flat panel detector imaging plate. With the hands-on laboratory and clinical experience you gain in our program, you will be well-prepared to work in any hospital, clinic, imaging center, doctor’s office or mobile setting.

Students: Please note that the Henry Ford College Radiography program is an in-demand program that is only able to admit a limited number of students each year. Many applicants who cannot be immediately admitted are placed on a wait list. Wait times to enroll can be up to one or two years. Once you enroll, the program can be completed in two additional years.

If you are deeply interested in health careers and you want to enroll immediately, you might consider other exciting and rewarding health career options at HFC. Your HFC advisor can provide more details. They will be happy to assist you in selecting a suitable program or in getting your name on the wait list for the Radiography program.

What skills will I learn and improve?

  • Position and image anatomical phantoms
  • Working in lab settings
  • Radiography
  • Fluoroscopy

What are my career opportunities?

Median Salary

You may work in a variety of settings, including:

  • Emergency rooms
  • Operating rooms
  • Imaging centers
  • Mobile clinics

Program features and benefits

  • Hands-on training

    You will learn to position and image anatomical phantoms in a laboratory setting.

  • Varied work environments

    Jobs are available at hospitals, clinics, imaging centers, doctor’s offices and mobile services.

  • State-of-the-art imaging lab

    You'll be trained on the latest technology to make your transition from the classroom to the clinic as smooth as possible.


Lists the faculty associated with this program and their contact information.

Mircea Croitor, B.A.S.
FT Faculty - Radiography