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Radiologic Technology (BS)

Radiologic Technology (BS)

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St. Louis Bachelor’s Degree in Radiologic Technology (BS)

Bachelor of Science (BS) offered in On-campus, and Hybrid formats.

Earn a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

This 125 credit-hour program is part of a joint affiliation with Mercy Hospital St. Louis – School of Radiologic Technology. Students will confer a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology degree through a combination of coursework at Lindenwood and Mercy.

The first two years of the radiologic technology program are taught by Lindenwood faculty at Lindenwood University, consisting of program prerequisites and general education courses, totaling 65 credits. The last two years of the program are taught by Mercy’s Radiography faculty and consist of 60 credit-hours. This program includes professional training from a clinical school that is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, sponsored by the American Medical Association.

Bachelor Student for the Radiologic Technology Degree Program

Core program curriculum will include Human Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology for Health Sciences, Concepts in Chemistry, Radiologic technology, and more. Students in this degree program will have the opportunity to work with real patients and use the latest medical technology, including ultrasound, nuclear radiation, magnetic fields, and X-rays, giving students experiences they need to be skilled radiographers that can confidently perform imaging examinations and accompanying responsibilities on demand.

Upon completion of all program requirements, students will be eligible to sit for their American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification exam and start their career as a radiographer.

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