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Radiologic Technology

Radiologic technology involves using radiologic imaging such as x-ray, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography (PET), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans. Some of these are related career areas requiring additional training beyond a bachelor’s degree.

What do radiology technologists do?
Radiology technologists work with radiologists to diagnose and treat patients using radiologic imaging. They explain procedures to patients, prepare and position patients for tests, and perform those tests while following radiologic safety procedures. They also carefully monitor patients, develop film, and maintain and operate specialized equipment.

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Experienced faculty
The radiologic technology program is part of Minot State University’s Division of Science. Based in Cyril Moore Science Center, the division is made up of highly-qualified instructors dedicated to student success.
Employment outlook
Employment of radiologic technologists is growing faster than average for all occupations. Although hospitals are the main employers, several new jobs will be in physicians’ offices and imaging centers.
Studies start in the classroom
You’ll begin work on your degree with a major in radiologic technology by completing general education requirements and taking classes in mathematics, physics, anatomy and physiology, psychology, sociology, and other courses on the Minot State campus.
Degree completed in clinical setting
Once you’ve completed the necessary on-campus work, you can apply for admission to a school of radiologic technology. Minot State has agreements with six accredited schools including Trinity Hospital School of Radiologic Technology in Minot, ND.

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Certification exams
Certification as a Registered Radiologic Technologist/Radiographer is based on successful completion of the American Registry for Radiologic Technologist (AART) exam. Minot State University radiologic technology graduates have an excellent passing rate, often scoring in the 90th percentile or higher among all candidates taking the exam.

Accreditation
Minot State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.