All 17 graduates of a radiological sciences program at the University of Central Florida got a job in 2009, with an average salary of almost $46,000. But that same year, the the university discontinued the program, which focuses on such medical procedures as X-rays and ultrasounds. No other state university offers it. Valencia College in Orlando now offers a four-year degree in radiology and imaging sciences. Many other state colleges, including Broward College and Palm Beach State College, and private colleges offer two-year associate degrees in the radiology field.
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