Cindy Bradley

Program Supervisor,
Aurora Health Care School of Radiologic Technology

Rochell Olive-Harmon

Program Director
Froedtert Memorial Luther Hospital School of Radiologic Technology

Lynn M. Peterson

Health Sciences and 2 + 2 Program Advisor

Diane Wingenter

Program Director
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare St. Joseph School of Radiologic Technology


 

Carroll University offers an opportunity to major in Health Sciences with an Emphasis in Radiologic Technology with the Radiology Alliance (Froedtert Hospital and Wheaton Franciscan–St. Joseph) as well as with Aurora Health Care. The partnership  allows students the benefits of close, personal attention during the first two years at Carroll followed by two years at one of these area hospitals with a small class of other students  pursuing  Radiologic Technology.

Radiologic technologists are most often employed in hospitals, but can also find employment with physicians, medical and diagnostic laboratories, diagnostic imaging centers and outpatient care centers. Some radiologic technologists  find employment with manufacturers of equipment  used in the field. Long-term employment prospects in this area are forecast to be favorable.

Entry into the professional training phase at the hspitals is highly competitive and dependent upon completion of general education requirements, a minimum overall and science GPA of 2.75, a grade of 'C' or better in all science courses and completion of all required  and  elective courses  within  the  first two years. A Certified  Nursing Assistant license (CNA) is highly recommended.  Lack of patient care experience will prevent acceptance into a hospital School of Radiologic Technology. CPR certification through the American Heart Association is required for some of the programs. This program requires year round classes. See Admissions section of this catalog for requirements.

 
 
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