Start a new future for yourself with a radiologic technology degree.
Radiologic imaging is often the first step in identifying, diagnosing and treating many diseases and is an increasingly common part of many medical procedures and regimens. Performing diagnostic imaging procedures requires the training, skill and experience to fully understand the technical standards of the radiologic sciences and provide quality healthcare. This is a limited enrollment program.
- Our associate in radiologic technology program is designed by employers in the industry and taught by professionals in the field to ensure that your education is relevant and all-encompassing.
- Classroom study, labs, closed-circuit video training and actual clinical experience all come together to provide a wealth of experience, training and knowledge to ensure that you’re ready to go as soon as you enter the workforce.
- The Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology program at Baker College is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
- Students will complete two semesters of clinical rotations. Clinical rotations will start in early May and end in late December. Students are required to attend clinical experiences full-time which is defined as 40 hours a week, and 8-10 hour shifts. In addition, students may be expected to attend clinical rotations during 1st, 2nd, or a weekend rotating shift. The total time of clinical hours will be 1240 hours. Here are a list of clinical sites and program information:
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Radiologic Technology classes are taught at the Muskegon and Owosso campuses. Plus, general education and prerequisite courses are typically available through Baker Online, Online Live, and on all campuses throughout Michigan.Learn More
Enrollment in the Radiologic Technology program is limited, and admission is highly competitive. High-performing incoming freshmen may qualify for guaranteed enrollment and a $6,000-per-year scholarship through our direct admission program.Learn More
Why Study Radiologic Technology?
Radiographers are highly skilled professionals qualified to perform diagnostic imaging procedures and examinations prescribed by licensed medical practitioners. Technologists apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology, positioning and radiographic techniques to provide quality healthcare services. The mission of the Baker College radiologic technology degree program is to enable qualified students to develop into competent and professional entry-level radiographers who are prepared to successfully sit for the ARRT examination and acquire gainful employment. We believe that this is done through exercises in critical thinking, varied clinical experience, the encouragement of universally responsible behavior and foundations in guiding radiologic principles.
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The Baker College Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology degree program is a two-year, JRCERT-accredited program consisting of 71 credit hours (28 prerequisites and 43 major requirements). Our curriculum includes patient care and assessment, clinical experiences and a radiologic capstone.
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The College of Health Science is proud to offer courses that include Extended Reality (XR) learning. These experiences provide immersive, hands-on learning that will prepare you for a successful career in the healthcare field.
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The mission of Baker College’s radiologic technology program is to enable qualified students to develop into competent and professional entry-level radiographers who are prepared to successfully sit for the ARRT examination and acquire gainful employment.
The associate in radiologic technology degree program is accredited through the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182, Phone: 312-704-5300, Fax: 312-704-5304. Web address: www.jrcert.org.
This program is offered in-person on our campuses in Muskegon and Owosso. In Michigan our students come from Ann Arbor, Auburn Hills, Cadillac, Dearborn, Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids, Jackson, Lansing, Kalamazoo, Muskegon, Owosso, Traverse City, and many other locations. Beyond Michigan, our online graduates hail from Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and other states.
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Unavailable on Baker Online
Core courses for this degree program are not offered through Baker Online.
For those interested, a selection of general education and prerequisite courses are available through Baker Online each semester.Baker Online
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Core courses for this degree program are not offered through Online Live.
For those interested, a selection of general education and prerequisite courses are available through Online Live each semester.Online Live