Radiologic technologists assist physicians
by producing quality medical images of the human body for diagnostic
purposes. Mount Mary College offers the radiologic technology major
in consortium with the Radiology Alliance which includes Froedtert
Hospital and Wheaton
This four-year program awards graduates
a Bachelor of Science degree in radiologic technology. During the
first two years of the program students complete general education
courses and prerequisites for the major at Mount Mary's campus.
Students must apply to one of the Radiology
Alliance partnership programs. Students accepted into the radiologic
technology major continue their final two years of study at one
of the three hospitals in the alliance. Transfer students must complete
a minimum of 32 credits at Mount Mary College prior to beginning
any coursework at a hospital location.
Upon successful completion of the program,
students are eligible for the American
Registry for Radiologic Technologists certification exam in
Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and successfully complete the following
courses at Mount Mary College before they can apply to the Radiologic
General education requirements:
MAT 105 - Introductory Algebra
MAT 207 - Statistics
COM 104 - Public Speaking
BIO 103 - Introductory Biology
BIO 212 - Human Physiology
PHY 105 - Physics Today
PSY 100 - Psychology of Human Adjustment or PSY 103 - Introduction
SYM 102 - Composition II
BIO 211 - Human Anatomy
See a sample
two year coursework plan.
During the fall term of a student’s second year at Mount Mary College
and upon the completion of specified courses, the student will complete
an application to the Radiologic Technology program.
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare make the final decision as to
which students they select for the program.
A shadow experience can be completed before being accepted into
For more information about this exciting major, please contact
Dr. Colleen Conway in the
Health and Sciences Division.