4. A civilian radiological technologist who wishes to remain current and enhance his
or her chances for promotion should embark on a course of long-term training that
may take anywhere from:
a. 1 to 3 years.
b. 1.5 to 4 years.
c. 2.5 to 8 years.
d. 5 to 10 years.
5. Long-term training for a civilian radiographer generally consists of completion of a
________________________________________ followed by additional training in
management, education, and computer science.
a. Bachelor of Sciences in management, education, computer science, or health
c. Doctor of Philosophy in radiological imaging.
d. Bachelor of Arts degree in any liberal arts specialty.
6. The subjects that a civilian radiographer would study while pursuing long-term
training would NOT include:
a. Personnel management, decision-making, and planning.
b. Purchasing, budget preparation, and financial accounting.
c. X-ray equipment maintenance and repair.
d. Data processing and legal considerations.