Delivery: A mix of daytime and online courses, some evening and weekend clinical rotations.
Start: Fall Semester only; Full-Time only, consists of six consecutive semesters.
Prerequisite and General Education/MnTC courses are available in a mix of daytime, evening, and online classes; Fall, Spring, and Summer; Full- or Part-Time.
About the Program
The Radiologic Technology program is designed to prepare entry-level radiologic technologists who are capable of providing diagnostic medical images of patients in various types of medical facilities. Students of the program will work closely with radiology physicians and staff members and will be instructed in basic patient care techniques, proper positioning skills of anatomical body parts, and the current radiation safety standards. Students will also:
- Produce images using cutting-edge technologies that aid in the diagnosis of injury and disease
- Make a difference in people’s lives by serving as a vital member of a professional healthcare team
- Work in a variety of settings including clinics, hospitals, surgery centers, and orthopedic facilities
Upon successful completion of the program graduates will be eligible to write the national certification examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
Admission into this program requires a special application and is highly competitive. The college may not be able to accept all applicants that meet the minimum admission standards.
The program is nationally accredited by:
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago IL 60606-3182
Graduates are eligible to write the national certification examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. email@example.com
Application deadline is December 20th of each year preceding the start of the next academic year Fall Semester.
Minnesota Department of Health requires any individual having contact with patients to pass the Minnesota Human Services background study with no restrictions prior to starting the clinical experience. An individual may be disqualified from having patient contact and would not be permitted to participate in the clinical experience. Call MN Department of Human Services with specific questions, 651.431.2000. Ethical issues should be addressed by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
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