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Radiologic Technology Admissions

Student position "patient" for radiograph
Adam Rafferty positions a “patient” (Amy Lee, a registered radiologic technologist and clinical preceptor within the department) for an abdominal radiograph using typical diagnostic radiographic imaging equipment within the Imaging Services Department of the CentraCare Health Plaza located in Waite Park, Minn. (2005)

For enrolled students, applications for admission into the radiologic technology major may be picked up in WSB 145 (Wick Science Building, Room 145). If you are not a SCSU student, the first step is to apply for admission to SCSU. Please contact the Admissions Office.

It is suggested that enrolled students apply for the major within their first year in residence at SCSU.

There are several affiliated hospital programs (please click on the "Clinical Affiliates" link in the left-hand column). Once students have completed all first-year required SCSU courses, when they are enrolled at SCSU in the Fall and are on track to finish all on-campus coursework that academic year, they should apply to the clinical internship that Fall. Acceptance is competitive and is based on criteria established by the hospital affiliates. Admission to the major does not guarantee a clinical internship. All of the pre-clinical requirements should be completed prior to beginning the clinical phase.

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