Radiologic Technology

Program Type: Major
Program Level: Undergraduate
Department: Natural Sciences

The Mount Marty University Radiologic Technology program provides the highest quality education and provides fundamental knowledge and skills in the sciences in order to prepare students for schools of Radiologic Technology and thus develops qualified Radiologic Technologists with clinical competence and professionalism and enables the students to precisely administer radiation as a diagnostic tool and perform a variety of diagnostic and special diagnostic procedures so that the students will become proficient, reliable and empathetic members of the healthcare profession.

  • Bachelor of Science
  • Major

Bachelor Degree requirements: 128 credits

Major Course requirements: 75 credits

  • RAD 101 Introduction to Radiologic Technology
  • RAD 485 Clinical Internship (60 credits)

Related Course Requirements:

  • BIO 111 General Biology I
  • BIO 202 Medical Terminology
  • BIO 203 Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  • BIO 204 Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  • MTH 150 College Algebra (or higher)
  • PHY 221 Principles of Physics I

Choose one of the following courses:

  • CHM 101 Introductory Chemistry I
  • CHM 111 General Chemistry I

Dr. Kathleen Gibson
Associate Professor of Biology

Dr. Kay Rasmussen
Assistant Professor of Biology

Dr. Timothy Rice
Associate Professor of Biology

Dr. Chun Wu
Professor of Chemistry

Dr. Chao Zhang
Associate Professor of Physics

Mount Marty University offers students a unique method for earning a bachelor of science in radiologic technology. Students fulfill their general education requirements and acquire a foundation of science courses at Mount Marty University. Then, students complete their radiologic technology training at a joint review committee on education in radiologic technology approved school of radiologic technology from which they will typically receive either a certificate or an associate’s degree.

  • RADTech Club
    • The purpose of this club is to provide RADTech students to develop a wider understanding of radiologic science. The club encourages the discussion of thoughts, experiences, and ideas for RADTech students in clinic and academic curriculum.

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