Radiologic Technology Undergraduate Major
Create a fulfilling career assisting physicians by producing quality medical images—such as X-rays, CT scans, MRIs and mammograms—of the human body for diagnostic purposes. Mount Mary University offers an accredited, four-year radiologic technology bachelor's degree program that prepares you to become a certified radiologic technologist.
Help Doctors Diagnose Medical Conditions
A career in radiologic technology allows you to help doctors diagnose medical conditions, use the latest radiologic technology, interact with patients and work in a hospital or clinic. Radiologic technology is a physically demanding career due to the equipment that you will work with. Discover more about radiologic technology careers.
Rigorous Curriculum & Highly Competitive Program
Mount Mary offers an accredited, four-year Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology degree. You'll complete a minimum of 32 credits at Mount Mary during your first two years. During your junior and senior year, you'll finish coursework and perform clinical fieldwork at Froedtert Hospital or Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – St. Joseph's School of Radiologic Technology.