Radiologic Technology

About the North Oaks / Northshore Radiologic Technology Agreement:

North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology has entered into an articulation agree with Northshore Technical Community College.  Applicants with 30 credit hours of specific general education courses from NTCC may combine them with 30 hours earned at North Oaks to earn the associate degree required to sit for the national certification exam. Students must meet North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology’s entrance requirements and standards.  

What is Radiologic Technology?

The Radiologic Technology program prepares students to perform diagnostic imaging examinations.  Upon completion of the program, students gain employment as radiologic technologists in healthcare facilities, with more than half working in hospitals.  Radiologic Technologists can then cross train into other modalities such as CT, MRI, Cath Lab, and Mammography; or acquire additional education to become certified in areas such as Sonography or Nuclear Medicine.
 
Which Courses do I take at Northshore?
 
Applicants are required to complete 30 hours of specific general education courses at NTCC as part of the Certificate of General Studies. Courses options are provided below and are subject to change:
 
  • ENGL 1015 (English Composition I)
  • ENGL 1025 (English Composition II)
  • Math Elective (MATH 1005, MATH 1015, or MATH 1500)
  • Fine Arts Elective 
  • Humanities Elective
  • General Education Elective
  • Behavioral Science Elective I
  • Behavioral Science Elective II
  • Natural Science Elective I
  • Natural Science Elective II

Contact Information:

For more information about the North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology, click here: 

Email talbertm@northoaks.org for more information.

Contact the Connect to Success office at Northshore Technical Community College for more information about admissions and registration at our college.

 

 


 

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