Study under a registered radiologic technologist and produce quality images of human tissues, organs, bones and vessels using imaging equipment. Stand out in today's job market by completing an optional bachelor's degree with a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) concentration or a business minor.
job placement rate for 2015 Xavier Radiologic Technology graduates within 6 months of graduation
You’ll get to work with Xavier's 5 affiliate hospitals to gain hands-on experience in radiography, magnetic imaging, trauma and special procedures.
Looking to stand out? Add an MRI concentration that will prepare you for the ARRT advanced exam and put you on the fast track to performing advanced procedures.
The Xavier radiologic technology program is accredited by The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Learn More.
Average size of classes
Hospitals within 10 miles of campus
Xavier graduates across the globe
Students have access to a mentor
Leave Xavier ready to enter the job market. Graduates of the Radiologic Technology program are employed many medical fields, including