Students complete a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with an emphasis in radiologic technology at Carroll University.
The program requires students to complete all Carroll general education courses, as well as the core courses in the health sciences curriculum that include the Radiology Alliance and Aurora prerequisite courses in the freshman and sophomore years.
Students work closely with a health science adviser to ensure they are taking appropriate courses and are maintaining a high academic standing.
Students apply to the Radiology Alliance hospitals or Aurora Healthcare during the fall of their sophomore year.
Once accepted, the student begins at one of the hospitals to complete their final two years.
At the end of the student's senior year, he/she will receive a certificate in radiologic technology, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences degree with an emphasis in radiologic technology from Carroll University.
Role of Radiologic Technologists
Administer radioactive materials into patients' bloodstreams for diagnostic purposes.
Can specialize in diagnostic imaging technologies, such as computerized tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)