Serving the healthcare community, Marian University students in the Radiologic Technology program take part in a specially designed two-year curriculum at Marian, that incorporates an additional two years at an accredited School of Radiologic Technology. As one of the first schools in the state to offer a bachelor's degree, Marian University's radiologic technology program is designed around an extensive emphasis in either a science or business curriculum, as well as a liberal arts core that allows students to fulfill their career goals, while working to provide the best possible care to their future patients.
During the two years of study with Marian, students complete the university's core curriculum, comprised of liberal arts studies and a science emphasis. The two years of study with one of our affiliates provides the required hands-on training experience. The program at Marian University may be taken either prior to or following the completion of the off campus two-year clinical program at a school of radiologic technology.
Liberal Arts Core
ENG 230 Professional Composition and Research Writing, 3 cr.
ART xxx Art Elective, 3 cr.
MUS xxx Music Elective, 3 cr.
ENG xxx Literature Elective, 3 cr.
BIO xxx Biological, Ecological or Environmental Science Elective, 3 cr.
PHS xxx Physical Science, Chemistry or Physics Elective, 3 cr.
MAT xxx Mathematics Elective, 3 cr.
SOC xxx Sociology Elective, 3 cr.
PSY xxx General Psychology (PSY 101) or Human Development (PSY 105), 3 cr.
HIS 114 World History Since 1900, 3 cr.
HIS 2xx History Elective, 3 cr.
THE 101 Introduction to Christian Theology, 3 cr.
THE 2xx Theology Elective, 3 cr.
PHI 130 Philosophy and Values, 3 cr.
PHI 2xx Philosophy Elective, 3 cr. (PHI 220 Bioethics recommended)
Two-year Radiologic Technology program from an accredited School of Radiologic Technology transferred as RAD 380, 390, 400 and 410. (It is the student's responsibility to seek acceptance at an accredited School of Radiologic Technology.)
18 -24 minor credits:
0-5 elective credits
University electives to meet the minimum 128 credits for graduation.