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Note: The September 2020 intake is now closed for new applications. Applications for re-admission may be submitted. The next intake of this program will be January 2022. Applications for this intake will open January 4th, 2021.

Fall 2020 Delivery Mode: BLENDED

  • This program will be delivered for the fall semester as a combination of online and on-campus learning.
  • Faculty will notify students of when their attendance on campus will be required.
  • We are putting measures in place for your safety and well-being, ensuring that all safety protocols are addressed. Please see BCIT COVID-19 Return to Operations for details on the mandatory procedures that have been implemented.
  • Your education is our priority and we will continue to deliver the applied instruction, collaborative experience, and industry connections that you expect from BCIT.

Learn with the best instructors. BCIT's Medical Radiography faculty are known for their skills, expertise, and dedication to student learning. Pair that with our strength in hands-on education, and you get the highest quality of learning.

Our Medical Radiography program trains individuals in X-ray imaging. Students are trained in areas of computed tomography (CT), fluoroscopy, OR imaging, emergency/trauma, interventional procedures and mammography. It’s a dynamic, fast-paced career rooted in helping people from all walks of life, where no two patients’ needs are the same.

About the program

  • Continuous 24-month, full-time Diploma program
  • Blend of on-campus lectures and labs with distance learning gives you the best of two learning styles
  • Three clinical experiences in different hospital environments

Find out more about our clinical experiences and locations at Program Details.

Who it’s for

This program is for individuals who:

  • Have completed high school or higher
  • Have a desire to create meaningful, positive patient experiences
  • Enjoy working with visual images and technology
  • Are comfortable touching and working closely with patients
  • Thrive in a team environment working directly with people

Are you seeking a hands-on career that focuses on helping people? Visit Program Entry to find out if Medical Radiography is right for you.

What grads can do

Students are provided the opportunity to acquire all the skills and behaviors required in the CAMRT National competency profile for Medical Radiography Technologists. Graduates leave the program fully prepared to write the CAMRT national certification exam that qualifies them to work. See Graduating and Jobs for more career information.

Watch Medical Radiography program video.

Program Entry

Note: that the Medical Radiography program is currently under review. There will not be a September 2021 intake, as this program will be transitioning into a January intake starting in 2022.

COVID-19 Notice to Applicants

Please visit Admission during COVID-19 to learn how BCIT Admissions is supporting applicants. At this time, there are no program-specific changes for applying to this program.

Application processing

Applications are accepted from January 2nd* to June 30th.*

We recommend that you apply early. All supporting documents must be submitted by the application deadline.

*or next business day

Entrance requirements

Competitive Entry: Three-step process

This program is competitive and only applicants who have met the academic entrance requirements will be considered.

Preference for shortlisting will be given to applicants with:

  • math, biology, and physics requirements completed within the past five years
  • final grades rather than midterm grades
  • post-secondary education
  • a strong GPA
  • related volunteer and/or work experience
  • a demonstrated interest in the field
  • post-secondary education with a focus on human anatomy and physiology and/or health

Applicants with preferred entrance requirements are to submit transcripts and supporting documentation with their online application.

Step 1: Meet the following entrance requirements

If more than five years has elapsed since you completed the math, biology, or physics requirement, upgrading is preferred.

  1. Students can only write the math, biology, and physics challenge exams once.
  2. Students who register and write these exams a second time will be given the mark from their first attempt.
  3. The post-secondary human biology equivalent courses' content must include cytology and the structure and function of the following organ systems: digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, nervous, renal/urinary, and reproductive.
  4. To meet the minimum requirements, applicants must submit final or midterm grades in support of their application. Midterm reports must demonstrate a minimum completion of 50% of the gradable course work.
  5. Applicants may request to have their credentials reviewed for equivalency by contacting the administrative coordinator.

Read more about how to meet BCIT’s entrance requirements

Step 2: Department assessment

All applications will be reviewed by the program area. Applicant files are assessed and scored based on completion, academic strength of listed entrance requirements, scoring of the mandatory questionnaire, and CASPer test results. Only complete applications received by the application deadline date will be considered.

Step 3: Conditionally selected applicants

Applicants conditionally accepted into the Medical Radiography program will be notified. The following will be required for full acceptance:

  1. MRAD 0150 - Medical Terminology for Imaging (80%)
    Access to this online course is provided once you are conditionally accepted or waitlisted.
  2. CPR Level C with an issue date within three months of the program start
  3. Criminal Record Check [PDF]
  4. Immunization Review [PDF]
    Submit to Student Health Services.
  5. Consent for Use and Disclosure of Student Information [PDF]
  6. Volunteer validation letter outlining a minimum of 30 hours of volunteer work in a patient-related environment.
  7. Volunteer criteria:

    The type of volunteer work the Medical Radiography program requires of applicants is that of an "interactive" role rather than an "informational" role. Volunteers are required to interact with patients that exemplify some of the challenges healthcare workers face on a regular basis. For instance, relating to patients that have language barriers, are less mobile, are hard of hearing, or have physical or mental challenges. Examples of interactions are reading to patients, playing games, and supporting with their non-medical needs such as providing assistance with wheelchairs and feeding etc.

    Some of the best environments to gain this all-inclusive sensory experience of sounds, smells, and sights of the hospitalized patient include:

    • Extended/long-term care facilities
    • Retirement/seniors facilities
    • Hospital wards

    The following work experience will not qualify for this requirement:

    • Receptionist/guest services (dental, medical, veterinarian, imaging clinic, medical lab clinic, physiotherapy clinic, etc.)
    • Medical office assistant (MOA)
    • Dental assistant
    • Lifeguard
    • Day/childcare staff

    The volunteer experience must be current within one year from the start of the application intake cycle.

    A volunteer validation letter is required from the facility supervisor or volunteer coordinator. The letter must be on business letterhead and include start and end dates, the number of volunteer hours completed and the roles and responsibilities performed.

    For further clarification, please contact the administrative coordinator.

Once these and any other outstanding conditions have been met, notification of full acceptance will be granted.

Clinical requirements

Note: Effective immediately, all health care workers who come into contact with patients at publicly-funded health care facilities or in the community, including long-term-care facilities, are required to have influenza vaccine or wear a mask during flu season. This policy affects all students who will be entering a clinical setting.

Face Respirator Fit Testing

A face piece respiratory fit test is required before students are permitted to enter the clinical practicum. Upon successful completion of the fit test, the original certificate must be presented to the program and annual re-fitting is required. Students are expected to carry their certificate with them at all times during their practicum.

For the respirator fit testing, testing with a N95 respirator is required and must be performed in accordance with CSA Standard CAN/CSA-Z94.4-02. Fit testing must also include inspection, cleaning, maintenance, and storage of protective equipment. Students will be given specific instructions on how to access fit testing by the program prior to the first clinical practicum. Students are responsible for paying for the annual fit test while in the program.

Recommended for success

This is a physically and emotionally demanding profession requiring a controlled sensitivity to disturbing medical scenarios and the ability to work in a busy, sometimes stressful environment. Since the work is highly technical and exacting, you must feel comfortable with complex instruments, possess considerable manual dexterity, and have meticulous work habits. You must have a strong sense of responsibility and a desire to work as a health-care team worker with the stress management skills to cope with trauma situations, surgical procedures and acutely ill patients.

Technologists must have:

  • high level of physical and mental resilience
  • fine motor control
  • the physical strength to lift and move incapacitated patients or heavy equipment
  • good core strength to stand for long periods of time with and without protective apparel
  • demonstrated good visual depth perception and discernment of grey colour scale
  • demonstrated critical thinking skills
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills

International applicants

This program is not available to international students. View available programs

Apply to program

Note: The September 2020 intake is now closed for new applications. Applications for re-admission may be submitted. The next intake of this program will be January 2022. Applications for this intake will open January 4th, 2021.

To submit your application:

  • Include proof of meeting all entrance requirements.
  • Convert all transcripts and supporting documents to PDF files.
  • Have a credit card ready to pay the application fee.
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Learn more about how to apply

Scheduled intakes

January each year.


Within two business days of submitting your completed application, BCIT will send a message to your personal and myBCIT e-mail addresses. All correspondence regarding your application will be posted to your online myCommunication account at We'll send you an e-mail when a new message is posted. It's important to watch for these e-mails or regularly check your account online.

You can expect to receive communication concerning the status of your application within four weeks.

Advanced Placement


You may be eligible to apply to an advanced level* of the program through re-admission. Please note that applications are considered based on:
  • Complete applications: you must show proof that you have completed (or are registered in) all requirements to be considered.
  • Competitive entry: if the number of applicants exceeds available seats, BCIT will accept those deemed to have the best opportunity for success.
  • Seat availability: confirmation may not be available until approximately one week before the term begins.
  • Approved success plan: acceptance will, in part, be dependent upon the successful implementation of a plan resolving previous academic difficulties.

Note: Students returning to the program at level 1 are required to apply as a new applicant.


If you have previously completed part of this program at BCIT and wish to re-enter the program at an advanced level, you may be eligible to apply for re-admission.

View the Re-admission Guidelines and Process

  1. The Medical Radiography program reserves the right to deny any applicant re-admission to the program after a single clinical failure due to:
  2. If you have withdrawn from or failed any Medical Radiography course that is a prerequisite for a course in the next level of the program, you are deemed to have failed out of the program. You must apply for re-admission when ready to return to the program.
  3. If you have any combination of two instances of withdrawal or failure in a Medical Radiography course, or have failed two or more courses in a single term, you may be re-admitted to the program only “with written permission from the Associate Dean, who will detail any special considerations in a written contract” (BCIT Policy 5103).
  4. The length of time out of the clinical environment will influence which level of the program to which you may be re-admitted. If you have been out of the program for two sequential terms you may be required to repeat a previous clinical course for which you have credit.
  5. You may be required to audit or retake courses already successfully completed. You may not take any courses in the next level until you have successfully completed all courses in your current level.
  6. If you have failed any level 3 courses, you must re-apply for the failed courses(s) and must audit the remaining level 3 course(s), including meeting attendance and participation requirements. This is to ensure that you are prepares to successfully and safely enter level 4 clinical.

Submit the Medical Radiography Re-Admit form [PDF] with your application.

Applications are accepted throughout the year.

Ready to submit your application? Apply now.

Costs & Supplies

Tuition fees

Please see the Fees, Payments and Refunds section of the website for more information on full-time tuition fees.

Please note, students are responsible for their own transportation and accommodation costs while participating in clinical placements.

Books and supplies

Books and supplies for the program are approximately $2000.

(general estimated cost, subject to change)

Students are required to obtain a subscription for Top Hat. The subscription fee for each term (Level 1 and Level 3) is $26 per term. Instructions regarding how to subscribe will be provided at the start of the program.

Face respirator fit testing: approx $28 per year, annual re-fitting required.

Students will be required to recertify their CPR (HCP) on an annual basis in preparation for the clinical practicums.

Financial assistance

Financial assistance may be available for this program. For more information, please contact Student Financial Aid and Awards.


Program matrix

Level 1 (15 weeks) - September to December Credits
  BHSC 1245 Human Behaviour 2.0
  BHSC 2214 Relational Anatomy and Physiology 1 3.0
  MRAD 1202 Radiographic Sciences 1 3.0
  MRAD 1207 Clinical Orientation 1.0
  MRAD 1210 Patient Care 3.0
  MRAD 1213 Radiographic Procedures 1 4.0
  MRAD 1216 Applied Radiographic Procedures 1 5.0
  MRAD 1219 Radiographic Image Analysis 4.0
  MRAD 2230 Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology 1 2.0
  PHYS 1276 Physics: Medical Radiography 1 4.0
Level 2A (20 weeks) - January to May Credits
  MRAD 2208 Clinical Education 1 24.0
  MRAD 2218 Pathology 1 2.5
  MRAD 2219 Applied Radiographic Image Analysis 1 2.0
  MRAD 2238 Radiobiology and Radiation Protection 1.5
Level 2A is 20 week clinical rotation combined with a weekly academic time of one day for self-directed online didactic requirements.
Level 2B (11 weeks) - June to August Credits
  BHSC 3214 Relational Anatomy and Physiology 2 3.5
  MRAD 4205 Professional Ethics and Canadian Healthcare System 2.0
  MRAD 4500 Clinical Applications in Computed Tomography 3.0
Level 2B courses will be delivered online utilizing both online resources and instruction.
Level 3 (16 weeks) - September to December Credits
  MRAD 2209 Radiographic Procedures 2 2.0
  MRAD 3208 Clinical Education 2 19.0
  MRAD 3219 Applied Medical Radiography Image Analysis 2 2.0
  MRAD 3220 Inter-Profession Health Practice 2.0
Level 3 is a 16 week clinical rotation combined with a weekly academic time of one day for self-directed online didactic requirements.
Level 4 (18 weeks) - January to May Credits
  BHSC 4214 Relational Anatomy and Physiology 3 3.5
  COMM 4273 Communications and Research Skills 2.5
  MRAD 2202 Radiographic Sciences 2 3.5
  MRAD 3210 Radiographic Procedures 3 3.5
  MRAD 3211 Applied Radiographics Procedures 2 3.5
  MRAD 3218 Pathology 2 3.5
  MRAD 3230 Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology 2 2.5
  MRAD 4200 CT - Physical Principles 3.5
  PHYS 2276 Physics: Medical Radiography 2 6.0
Level 4 is 18 weeks in length, including exam week. Students attend classes and laboratory sessions on campus.
Level 5 (13 weeks) - June to August Credits
  MRAD 4103 Capstone 3.0
  MRAD 4208 Clinical Education 3 17.5
Level 5 is 13 week clinical rotation combined with a weekly academic time of 3.5 hours for self-directed didactic requirements.
Total Credits: 147.0

Transfer credit

Do you have credits from another BC/Yukon post-secondary school? Do you want to know if they transfer to courses here at BCIT? Check out BCIT's Transfer Equivalency Database to find out.

Program Details

Mission Statement

The Medical Radiography program will provide quality education to graduate professional medical radiography practitioners capable of adapting to the complex and evolving health care environment.

The goals of the Medical Radiography program are to graduate competent medical radiography technologists by providing:

  • quality medical imaging education with an integration of didactic and clinical practice;
  • multifaceted learning opportunities in a safe environment;
  • environments conducive to developing humanistic skills required to foster patients' safety and well-being in a diverse society;
  • critical thinking opportunities focusing on the CAMRT competencies while fulfilling provincial employability requirements;
  • professional best practice opportunities to enable graduates to become an integral member of the healthcare team;
  • opportunities to develop lifelong learning skills.

Medical radiography is not a hazardous occupation. The dangers of radiation are well recognized and rigidly controlled.

Throughout the program, students receive intensive theoretical and practical instruction through lectures, labs, blended and online courses. Students are expected to act as simulated patients to learn positioning techniques, as well as interpersonal skills.

In addition, students gain practical experience in the clinical environment. Clinical experiences are located in various hospital sites throughout Vancouver Coastal, Fraser Health and Interior Health Authorities. These experiences are designed to promote confidence, competence and professional practice through repetition of the "learn, understand, apply" learning cycle. Students continue with their academic studies via concurrent online courses throughout their clinical terms.

The Medical Radiography program uses a computerized student site-matching program together with student input for the assignment of clinical sites. The clinical sites are located in the Interior, Kootenays and Lower Mainland. Although students provide input in for determining the location of each clinical experience assignment, there is no guarantee that students will receive their preferred placements. Students must acknowledge that one or more of their clinical placements could be at any of our clinical sites located throughout the Province. Students must have personal transportation, as not all clinical facilities are easily accessible by public transportation. Students are responsible for providing their own transportation and accommodations while on the clinical practicum.

Program length

24 months, full-time

Three clinical practicum rotations at two different sites will be scheduled within this time frame.


All didactic (instructional) courses require a 65% mark to pass. All clinical experience is competency based and therefore has satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading.

To continue from one level of the program to the next, all courses must be successfully completed in each level. To graduate, all courses must be successfully completed.


This program is accredited by the Health Standards Organization (HSO) and its affiliate accreditation (AC) through their new EQUAL Canada program.

Continue your education

BCIT offers a Bachelor of Health Science in Magnetic Resonance Imaging that continues from the two year Medical Radiography diploma.

Thompson River University offers a laddering opportunity for degree completion.

Graduating & Jobs

Our graduates are ready

BCIT’s expertise in practical, hands-on learning provides graduates with everything needed to start their career. Upon program completion, graduates are eligible to write the CAMRT national certification exam and start their job search.

Career opportunities

Most careers begin with casual, entry-level positions in hospitals and private clinics. Salaries start at approximately $28 per hour. Opportunities include:

  • Certified X-ray technologist/general radiographer
  • Equipment sales
  • Education and teaching positions

With work experience, and continued education, supervisory and management positions can be pursued. Visit Health Sciences Association (HSA) for more info.

Keep learning

Medical Radiography graduates can go on to complete BCIT’s MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging and the Bachelor of Health Sciences degree program).

Graduate employment outcomes

The BCIT student outcomes reports present summary findings from the annual survey of former students administered by BC Stats one to two years after graduation. These reports combine the last three years of available results for the 2017-2019 BCIT Outcomes Surveys of 2016-2018 graduates and for Degree 2015-2017 graduates. The reports are organized into three-page summaries containing information on graduates' labour market experiences and opinions regarding their education. More detailed information can be accessed at the BC Student Outcomes website.

To view these results, you may need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed in your Web browser.

Frequently Asked Questions

Program FAQs

Admission FAQs

What do you recommend for success in the program?

  • Proficiency in English reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills in order to communicate effectively with patients and healthcare team.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to function as part of a team.
  • Mental resilience and stress management skills to cope with trauma situations, surgical procedures, and acutely ill patients.
  • Effective critical thinking and problem-solving skills in order to adapt to complex procedures and challenges.
  • Physical stamina and fitness in order to assist patients and use radiographic equipment safely.
  • Responsible and caring nature with an interest in the well-being of others.
  • Comprehensive computer skills to work in a continually evolving technical environment.

How big are the classes?

Lectures are with a cohort of 80 students. The 80 students are divided into four sets of 20 for laboratory activities.


How competitive is the program, and is there a wait list?

We typically receive 200 to 250 applications. Currently, we accept 80 students into the program. Historically, we invite approximately 160 (2/1 ratio) students to participate in the selection process.

Acceptance into the program is based on the ranked score achieved during the selection process. Participants who are not among the top 80 ranked will be placed on a wait list for the current intake, in the event that a seat becomes available. The wait list is cleared once the program intake is full and closed; unsuccessful applicants must re-apply to be considered for next year.


Can I apply to the program while I’m working on meeting the prerequisites, or do I need to wait until all are complete?

You can only apply when you have fully met the academic requirements. An exception can be made if you are in the process of completing prerequisite courses and can submit midterm reports which show you have completed a minimum of 50% of the course work at the time that you apply. If applying with midterm marks, you are required to submit final grades one month prior to the start date of the program.

Only eligible applicants who meet the academic entrance requirements by the April 1st deadline date are invited to participate in the selection process.

Please contact the Administrative Coordinator if you require further clarification of your eligibility.


Can I do this program part-time?

The program is only offered in a full-time format. Students complete the program as a cohort. Should you need to leave the program for any reason, you will be required to apply for readmission.


What if I have the prerequisites, but they are from more than five years ago?

To meet the recency requirement, courses should have been completed within five years from the calendar year of start date in the program. As 5 year recency is preferred, if your course work is not within recency, you have the option to either write challenge exams or complete upgrading courses.


I did not receive a ‘B’ in English 12. Will my post-secondary English marks be considered?

Admissions will assess post-secondary transcripts for courses that fulfill the English language proficiency requirement.


I need to meet the English 12 requirement, what are my options?

There are a number of upgrading and assessment test options. Please see the Admissions section of the BCIT website for information pertaining to the English requirement.


What if I write challenge exams and do not achieve the relevant grade?

  • You will have only one opportunity to write each challenge exam.
  • If you are unsuccessful, you must upgrade to meet prerequisites.
  • If a student registers and writes a challenge exam a second time they will be given the mark from their first writing
  • Upgrading can be completed through your local school district or post-secondary institution.

Will you consider out-of-country credentials as meeting the prerequisite requirements for the MRAD program?

BCIT will assess out-of-country credentials for courses that meet equivalency, recency, and the relevant letter grade.


Do you consider GPA within the selection process?

Participation in the selection process is not guaranteed to applicants only meeting the minimum entrance requirements. The program selects those applicants deemed to have the best opportunity for success. All complete applications will be reviewed by the program and shortlisted. Preference will be given to applicants with a strong GPA, post-secondary education, a demonstrated interest in the field and related volunteer/work experience. It is important that your combined achievements demonstrate an aptitude for success.


What can I do to prepare myself for success in the selection process?

The program looks for well-rounded individuals who will be successful as students and as future medical radiography technologists (MRT).

  • Ensure that you have researched what it means to be an MRT.
  • Be prepared for a formal interview process.

I have met prerequisites for the program. What post-secondary courses can you recommend to support my success in the program?

Post-secondary courses in Human Anatomy and Physiology, Physics, and other health science related courses will support your overall success in the program.


Can I apply for transfer credit for my college/university courses?

If you feel you have completed courses equivalent to the MRAD program courses, you may apply for individual transfer credit within the first two weeks of the program start. Please note: If individual course transfer credit is granted, this will not reduce your tuition or the duration of the program; it will only reduce your course load.


I plan on working part time while going to school. What does the program recommend?

Given the rigorous expectations of the program, it is not recommended that you attempt to work.


How many hours per week will I spend on school work?

Classes are scheduled from 0830 – 1730 Monday through Friday. Outside of class time, students are required to work on homework assignments, group projects, and private or group study. An average of 4-5 hours homework per day can be anticipated. During clinical placements, students need to be prepared to be scheduled for occasional evening, weekend, or night shifts.


Where will I do my clinical placement?

BCIT arranges clinical training for the student. Students will be requested to provide their preferences for clinical placements, but there is no guarantee that they will be assigned to one of their preferences. Training sites are located in Metro Vancouver and the BC Interior (Fraser Health, Interior Health, Providence Health, Provincial Health Services and Vancouver Coastal). Students may require a car for transportation to clinical training sites and must arrange their own accommodation. Note: Student learning during clinical training is supported by BCIT via Desire2Learn (D2L). Students will require internet access other than that at the clinical site.


Am I responsible for costs throughout clinical placement?

You are responsible for all personal expenses, including food, accommodation, and transportation, throughout the clinical practicum.


Is there a pathway to degree completion?

BCIT offers a Bachelor of Health Science which continues from the two year Medical Radiography Diploma program.


Internationally Trained?

To become a registered technologist in Canada, internationally trained technologists must pass the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) certification exam. There are refresher and exam preparation courses available from the CAMRT. In addition, the CAMRT offers credential assessment services to help internationally educated technologists assess their eligibility for certification:

Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists
1000 – 85 Albert Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 6A4
t: 613-234-0012
f: 613-234-1097

Resources for Internationally Educated Medical Radiography Technologists

Faculty, Advisors & Staff

The Medical Radiography faculty are known for their skills, expertise, and dedication to student learning. Our Instructors are all CAMRT certified technologists and many remain active in the profession.

DJ Lidher
Administrative Coordinator

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