What kind of schooling would you have to take to be a Radiologist? And also for how long?
Radiology seems like it would be a great job. Awesome money, and from what I've heard it's that much schooling. I just wanted to know what schooling i would have to take and for how long.
Asked By: Awesome Person - 3/21/2011
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Yes, like the other posts says in order to become a radiologist you must attend medical school and then select radiology on your own as your specialization once you complete your residency. This is typically completed by shadowing other radiologists and following up on patients that suffer from gallstones, kidney... More
Answered By: College Coach - 3/22/2011
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4 years of college, 4 years of medical school, 5 years of residency (training) and being at the top of your class the whole time. The website below can help you figure out how much money they'd make, before taxes and insurance of course. http://www.salary.com
Answered By: eri - 3/21/2011
A radiologist is a doctor (about 13 years). You are probably referring to a radiologic technologist. Accredited radiography programs are generally 40 hours per week for 2 years, after prereqs and admission. But there are no jobs.
Answered By: RadTech - BAS RT(R)(ARRT) - 3/22/2011
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