Become a skilled Radiologic Technologist by working alongside radiology professionals to oversee X-Rays, CT scans and manage radiology support staff in a variety of healthcare settings and specialized imaging centers. Gain hands-on experience at top Twin Cities hospitals and clinics.
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Experience Radiologic Technology at Dunwoody
You will learn to create images of internal organs, bones, and tissues that are used to diagnose medical problems. Working in both classroom and lab settings, you will learn the latest in imaging technologies, including digital X-rays and CT scans. You will also complete rotations in a variety of clinical settings where you will work directly with patients and physicians.
Dunwoody’s Radiologic Technology program features:
- Small class sizes, which means you have more face-time with patients during clinical rotations than any other Radiologic Technologies program in the Twin Cities area.
- All students complete a rotation at North Memorial Hospital, which provides you with unique learning experiences such as fluoro imaging and Emergency Room imaging procedures.
- Dunwoody has partnerships with 10-15 hospitals and clinics in the Twin Cities, which provides for a variety of clinical experiences.
- A Bennett Xray machine and table in the classroom means you can become familiar with using imaging equipment before you begin your clinical rotations.
Applications are closed for the August 2018 (Fall Semester) start. Applications are open for the January 2019 (Spring Semester) start through July 1, 2018.
To apply for the Radiologic Technology program, you will need to complete a Radiologic Program Application packet in addition to your application to Dunwoody:
Graduates earn an associate of Applied Science degree. The program takes two years (four semesters) to complete and is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JCERT). Students can start in fall or spring semesters.
Common Job Titles
Common job titles our students earn after graduation include:
Recent employers hiring graduates from Dunwoody’s Radiologic Technology program include large hospitals and other healthcare clinics including:
-Hennepin County Medical Center
-Park Nicollet Clinics
-North Memorial Health Care
-Fairview Southdale Hospital