School of Radiologic Technology Graduation Requirements
Interns are eligible for graduation when they have fulfilled the following:
- Clinical Requirements - Successful Completion of all mandatory and elective clinical competencies.
- Scholastic Requirements - Complete a minimum of 67 credit hours of course credit plus successful completion of non-credit courses.
- Achievement of a "C" (2.0) grade average in all courses.
- Have fulfilled all financial obligations to the school/hospital.
- Completed all registry review assignments
- Successful completion of the Junior and Senior comprehensive final
Having completed these requirements, the graduate is eligible for the American Registry Examination.
Comprehensive finals will be given at the end of each year. All interns are required to successfully complete all Comprehensive Finals. If an intern fails, they will be placed on academic probation and given an opportunity to attempt another examination prior to the start of the next semester. If the intern fails the second attempt they will be dismissed from the program. The criteria for being offered a second attempt will be maintenance of a 2.0 GPA and successful completion of all classes. The intern will be dismissed from the program if they have failed any course and failed the comprehensive final.
Complete a minimum of 67*** credit hours of course credit plus successful completion of non-credit topics. Achievement of a "C" (2.0) grade average in all courses.
***67 credits for Concordia, UW-Milwaukee, and Marian students only. 69 credits for Carroll and Mt. Mary students only.
Students of good moral character who have graduated from an accredited two-year program qualify to apply for registration through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Certification in Radiography is accomplished by successful completion of a two-hundred question examination. The cost of the examination is $200.
The certificate of registration gives the applicant the right to use the title "Registered Technologist - Radiographer (RTR)." This certification is recognized by most states that have licensing laws. For further information on licensing, please call the program director at 414-805-4998.