Training skilled health care professionals.
To be a true professional in the world of health care, it takes more than technical skills. It takes perspective—the kind of perspective that comes from a well-rounded learning experience with a liberal arts core. At Marian, that’s exactly the kind of experience graduates of our Radiologic Technology program have benefited from for decades.
The Radiologic Technology program at Marian was one of the first in the state offering the Bachelor of Science degree, and involves a carefully crafted curriculum that integrates extensive hands-on learning with a valuable liberal arts core. Your first two years will be spent in those liberal arts courses at Marian University, followed by two years studying radiologic technology theory and applying that knowledge in clinical settings working with patients.
As a student in the program you’ll enjoy exceptional facilities, working with the kinds of technology and resources that mirror what’s used in real-world health care settings. The program is housed at the Mercy Medical Center campus in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, which is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Classroom learning is enhanced by quality clinical experiences at a variety of hospitals and clinics in the Fox Valley region.
The Radiologic Technology program has earned a truly esteemed reputation largely because of the success our graduates have achieved throughout Wisconsin. When you complete the program, you’ll be eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ARRT national examination and, upon passage, will be granted the title of Radiologic Technologist – Registered (R.T., R.). In 2013, graduates of the Radiologic Technology program earned a 100 percent pass rate on the first attempt on the ARRT exam, and 100 percent found job placement within six months of graduation.
The Marian Difference
In the field of radiologic technology throughout the state, the Marian name commands respect. We’ve established a unique programmatic offering, in which we’ve partnered with other hospital-based radiologic certificate programs in Wisconsin for those students who desire to have a clinical experience in a larger urban setting. Students accepted into the program continue as Marian students and can pursue their Bachelor of Science degree at the end of the certificate program.