As a radiologic technology student you will learn how to work closely with patients and how to take conventional clinical X-ray images. You will be educated in anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, equipment protocols and radiation safety. After graduating you may specialize in one or more specific techniques such as bone densitometry, interventional radiography, computed tomography, mammography, and magnetic resonance imaging. The St. Cloud State radiologic technology program does not include any training in sonography (ultrasound imaging).
- General radiography focus.
- Rigorous course work in biology, chemistry, mathematics and physics.
- Required clinical phase is a competitive off-campus hospital internship.
- Clinical phase involves a high degree of patient contact.
- Graduates earn a bachelor's degree and qualify to take the radiography board exam.
- One of the few four-year face-to-face Radiologic Technology bachelor of science programs in the United States.
- Radiologic Technologist/Radiographer
- X-Ray Technician
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