Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

With this degree, you will be a key part of the health care field by safely creating images needed to determine proper diagnoses and treatment.

Health Professions

Radiologic Technology is changing the way medicine is done

Do you find x-rays fascinating? This technology has changed the way medicine in done. We can now diagnose the inside of the human body without ever touching the skin. Welcome to the world of radiologic technology! Here, you learn how to use electromagnetic rays to get job training snapshots of a person's insides to check for critical medical diagnoses.

Quick Facts

Credits 126
Careers
  • Radiologic Technologist
  • Radiologic Technician
  • Radiologist
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The average undergraduate student award is $16,603.

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Program Overview

In this program, you will study anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, equipment protocols, radiation safety, radiation protection, and basic patient care. As is fairly evident from the above sentence, we take both patient and medical personnel safety very seriously. You’ll grow confident in your abilities as you learn from some of the best faculty and professionals in the field.

This CUAA bachelor degree is a Two plus Two program, in which you spend the first two years on Concordia’s campus taking prerequisite classes prior to entry into the Radiologic Technology (RT) program. You’ll then apply for the next phase that consists of didactic courses and clinical experience with our partner clinical affiliations. It is worth noting that this is a competitive program, so acceptance is not guaranteed. To improve your chances, we’d like to encourage you to demonstrate exemplary grades, prior healthcare experience, and job shadow hours.

Because the pre-professional curriculum requires about 67 credits (17 credits per semester if taken in 4 semesters), we highly recommend using winterim and summer breaks to fulfill course requirements. Once you are accepted, the more advanced work begins. At first, you are going to spend most of your time in the classroom and scan laboratory, with less time in clinicals. This is to provide you with the theories and principles to ground you before applying them in a real-world environment. Gradually, your classroom time will be reduced as your clinical component increases. You’ll have the opportunity to engage in hands-on learning at one of our partners including Providence Hospital and Sinai-Grace Hospital.

What to Expect

With this degree, you will be a key part of the health care field by safely creating images needed to check for bone fractures, blocked blood vessels, abnormal growths in breast tissue, brain tumors, and so much more. Upon graduation, you will be ready to find a rewarding career in a variety of settings. Alumni have gone on to work in hospitals, physician's’ offices, medical and diagnostic labs, do research, administration, education, and so much more!

Locations
  • Ann Arbor

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