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St. Peters, MO Radiography Schools
There is only one radiography program near St. Peters, Missouri, located 37 minutes from downtown. This article discusses the school's program and provides a table listing the characteristics of the school.
- Students can prepare for a career in the field by pursuing the associate degree in radiologic technology offered by Saint Louis Community College, a 2-year public school. This program is available at the school's Forest Park campus, which is 27 miles from St. Peters.
Prospective students may want to consider tuition and other school information when deciding on a career. This table provides information about the school discussed in this article.
|Saint Louis Community College|
|Total Enrollment (Fall 2014)||21,218*|
|Campus Setting||Large city|
|Tuition & Fees (2015-2016)||$7,676 in-district, $11,172 in-state, $15,352 out-of-state, $16,112 international**|
|% of First-Year Students Receiving Any Form of Financial Aid (2013-2014)||84%*|
|Acceptance Rate (Fall 2014)||N/A - Open admissions*|
|Retention Rate (2014)||57% for full-time students*|
|Graduation Rate (2014)||10%*|
Source: *NCES College Navigator, **St. Louis Community College
Saint Louis Community College
Saint Louis Community College has four campuses located within 30 miles of St. Peters. The school offers a wide range of certificate and associate degree programs in many academic and technical fields. The radiography program at the school's Forest Park campus has received accreditation from the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.
Associate in Applied Science in Radiologic Technology
The radiologic technology associate degree program prepares graduates for employment as radiographers. Students learn how to operate advanced imaging and x-ray equipment. They learn how to position the patient and the equipment in such a way as to get the best image. Upon graduation, they will have been expected to achieve a certain level of competence, while also being able to perform the necessary duties of a radiographer in a professional and ethical manner.