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Radiologic Technology



Students interested in an exciting and rewarding career opportunity should consider pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology. Presentation College offers challenging clinical and didactic courses at our campuses in Aberdeen, SD and Fairmont, MN. RT students benefit from small classes and enriching clinical experiences as they become experts in the field of radiologic science.

You will learn the basics of special imaging modalities such as CT, MRI, Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Ultrasound, and Interventional or Cardiac Imaging, and have an opportunity to rotate through each area.  Our college-based program also gives you the ability to be a typical college student. This includes the opportunity to be involved in extracurricular activities, which are often missing from hospital-based programs.

Upon graduation, graduates will have earned a Bachelor of Science degree, and are highly qualified to take the national registry exam administered by the ARRT.  This degree also prepares you for a master’s degree in the field.

Students who earn an Associate of Science degree in Radiologic Technology can seamlessly enroll into our online bachelor’s degree completion program.

For more information about clinical obligations or for information on student learning outcomes please contact Carrie Mestas, Radiologic Technology Program Director, at or 605-229-8482.

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Presentation College’s Bachelor’s Radiology Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Information about the accreditation of radiologic technology programs and Presentation College’s Radiologic Technology Program pass rates, job placement rates, and program completion rates can be accessed at or by writing:

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Chicago, IL 60606-3182
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Upon graduation from Presentation College’s Radiology Technology program, students will be ready to take the professional certification examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

Completion of this exam provides students with a nationally recognized credential to practice radiography.  To find out more information about this exam please visit

For more information about clinical obligations or for information on student learning outcomes please contact Dr. Nancy Vander Hoek, Radiologic Technology Program Director, at or 605-229-8545.

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