Re: Medical Radiographer Questions (help!!)
I attended a college based program (community college) that was partially based at a hospital for clinical training. I'm not sure about your particular program but I earned an Associate in Science degree.
All of the people we hire have to be certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Tecnologists in the modality of choice (MRI, CT, Special Procedures, etc.), or in Radiography if you want to be a non-specialized technologist.
We have many technologists who are older and didn't have the benefit of a college-based program and therefore have no Associate's. Most new students are expected to have an Associate's.
I would only get a Bachelor's if your ultimate goal is management. Radiography training is so specialized that you would have to attend a radiology program to work as a technologist. Getting a Bachelor's in some other field, even science, wouldn't allow that.
I hope I answered your questions...