The Radiography cooperative program between JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School of Radiography and Union County College offers the advantage of a hospital-based radiography program coupled with college-based academic courses.
The degree earned (Diploma in Radiography and an Associate in Science) enables graduates to transfer credits toward a bachelor's degree or a radiologic technology specialty if desired.
Clinical competency is an integral component of the program; however, before students work with patients, they must complete a number of simulated laboratory sessions which correspond directly to classroom lessons. Clinical rotations are conducted at JFK Medical Center in Edison, NJ as well as other hospitals and several satellite facilities in New Jersey.
The Radiography Program:
- Day/Full Time – Six semesters of professional courses (two years)
- Requires High School Diploma or GED/Adult Diploma
- Total of 80 Credits (39 General Education credits/41 Radiography credits) for Advanced Standing
- Diploma in Radiography from JFK Muhlenberg Snyder Schools and an AS Degree from Union County College awarded upon graduation
- Graduates are eligible to complete the ARRT National Board Registry Examination in Radiography
Advanced Standing/Credits evaluated up to 36 transfer credits for comparable course credit with a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or higher is required.
Biology courses for transfer must be taken within the last 5 years;
Physics courses must be taken within the last 10 years.
General Education courses are taken at Union County College - Cranford, Elizabeth or Plainfield campuses. The radiography technology courses are taught at JFK Muhlenberg Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools' campus and various other clinical sites and affiliations.
The program is sponsored by JFK Medical Center, 65 James Street, Edison, NJ 08818
The Radiography program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee in Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) and the Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners of the NJ DEP (RTBE of NJ DEP) and is approved for Veteran Training.
Enrollment into the JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School of Radiography and Union County College is
done through JFK Medical Center Muhlenberg Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools. There is no need to enroll with each school.
For admission to the School of Radiography, see Requirements for the School of Medical Imaging - Radiography.
For more information on the school's Radiography program, admissions requirements, course requirements, etc., visit the:
- Mission, Vision & Philosophy - Radiography
- Goals & Objectives - Radiography
- Textbook Information
- Program Effectiveness Data
- Gainful Employment Disclosure - Radiography
- Grading Systems & Graduation Criteria
- Financial Aid & Tuition FAQs
- JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School Catalog
As of October 19th 2020, the JFK Muhlenberg School of Radiography program fulfills the educational requirements for licensure or certification in the 50th states and territories of these United States. The program also meets the requirements for national certification (ARRT). Please click the link below for a state by state verification of the program’s educational fulfilment for national and state licensure:”
For curriculum activities such as specific course attendance policy, administrative information, program progression and academic policies, school life, etc. visit our School of Medical Imaging Student Handbook. The Radiography program is one of several medical imaging programs within that handbook.