Our School of Radiologic Technology is a two-year program designed to provide the academic and clinical experience students need to perform high-quality
diagnostic radiologic exams.
The Nuclear Medicine/PET Technology Program is a one-year internship designed to orient and train technologists on how to use radioactive materials for therapeutic and diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures.
Many of our modalities across the system offer clinical internships ranging from six to 12 months in length to allow new and future graduates real-life clinical experience. At this time, we offer CT, IR, MRI and ultrasound internships. You will need to meet the following qualifications.
- CT internship: You must be ARRT registered and have a current Wisconsin state license.
- IR internship: You must be ARRT registered and have a current Wisconsin state license.
- MRI internship: You must be ARRT registered.
- Ultrasound internship: You must be enrolled in a local ARDMS-approved ultrasound training program that uses a local hospital as a clinical rotation site. You must be in the last six months of the training program
If internships are available, you can find information and apply online through the Froedtert & MCW careers website.
We also have several partnerships with our local colleges and universities to provide clinical opportunities for students training in the field of Imaging.