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Radiologic Technology
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Radiologic Technologist

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Radiologic Technology
This program creates a unique clinical and didactic challenge to students, including a combination of classroom study and clinical rotation for practical application. The classroom portion teaches the student the fundamental principles of x-ray production, whereas the clinical portion allows students practical experience in real life situations. Graduates of the program will pursue employment opportunities in radiology or diagnostic imaging departments.

The MTI Radiologic Technology program, offered for the AAS degree, is accredited by
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
Fax:  312-704-5304
[email protected]

Admissions Requirements:
  • Contact the MTI Admissions office for an application packet.  Application requirements include visitation of a radiology department; submission of a written essay describing and analyzing the visit; and resume and references.  Deadline for application: January 15.
  • All students accepted to the program must submit to a criminal background check at the student’s expense.  Details are available from the Admissions office.
  • Students are allowed a maximum of two attempts to gain admission to the program.
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Academic Standards: Students must complete all technical courses with a minimum grade of C (2.0) in order to become registry-eligible.  Students who do not achieve a C (2.0) grade will be prevented from enrolling in the subsequent semester due to prerequisite requirements.

Program immunization requirements have to be met before entrance to clinical sites. See an instructor for details.

Note: Students are required to use a laptop or notebook computer for this program.  Students must bring their own device, which must meet MTI specifications, or may purchase one from MTI.
Radiologic Technology
Mission Statement
It is the mission of the
MTI Department of Radiologic Sciences to provide skills necessary for success in the field of radiologic technology.

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