Program Advisors: Joellen Roller (Coordinator), Richard Cleary, Roger Haug
Radiologic Technology offers a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Arts degree.
The two years of campus preparation for the Bachelor of Science degree include courses in biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and psychology as well as courses to fulfill competence requirements. Following the campus preparation, the student applies for admission to a hospital school for an internship. The 24-month clinical internship may be taken at St. Alexius School of Radiologic Technology or Medcenter One Health Systems in Bismarck; Trinity Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, Minot; Rapid City Regional Hospital; Mayo School of Health-Related Sciences, Rochester, MN or at any other accredited school. A total of 60 semester credits of credit will be granted for courses taken during the internship. Upon completion of the internship, the student is eligible to take the AART Radiographer's Registry Examination to become certified as a Registered Radiologic Technologist/Radiographer.
All students, including transfer students, must take at least 32 semester credits on campus; 16 of these are to be in math/science. Credit received for the clinical internship does not satisfy this requirement.
Students are responsible for providing transportation to and from all clinical internship assignments and for personal living expenses throughout the clinical internship, regardless of location.
Sequence in Radiologic Technology - B.S. degree:
BIO 101, 207, 208, 209; CHE 109; MAT 103; PHY 203, 304; PSY 201; RDT 201, 202, 300, 301, 302, 400
RDT 201 Clinical Internship Radiologic Technology I -12 semester credits
RDT 202 Clinical Internship Radiologic Technology II -12 semester credits
RDT 300 Clinical Internship Radiologic Technology III - 6 semester credits
RDT 301 Clinical Internship Radiologic Technology IV-12 semester credits
RDT 302 Clinical Internship Radiologic Technology V- 12 semester credits
RDT 400 Clinical Internship Radiologic Technology VI - 6 semester credits
All North Dakota high school graduates majoring in this program can receive up to $1,500 of additional aid during every semester of full-time attendance - that's up to $12,000 of additional savings that can be combined with other scholarships.
- Be a North Dakota high school graduate;
- Submit an application by Feb. 1, 2015 to be guaranteed consideration;
- Declare a qualifying major in the health sciences, business or behavioral sciences;
- Intend to seek employment with any nationwide CHI healthcare organization, including CHI St. Alexius Health in Bismarck, following graduation.
How to apply:
The first step to consideration for any of these programs is acceptance to the University of Mary. Applying to the University of Mary is quick, easy and convenient.
Learn more about how you can get up to $12,000 towards your education today.