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North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology

The North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology's mission is to provide qualified students with a comprehensive education that prepares them to be committed, competent, and professional entry-level radiographers who provide safe and compassionate care improving lives every time with every touch. The Radiologic Technology program prepares students to perform diagnostic imaging examinations. Upon completion of the program, students gain employment as radiologic technologists in healthcare facilities, with more than half working in hospitals. Radiologic technologists can then cross train into other modalities such as CT, MRI, Cath Lab, and Mammography; or acquire additional education to become certified in areas such as Sonography or Nuclear Medicine.

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Northshore Technical Community College has a partnership with North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology. Students meeting NTCC requirements may be eligible for an associate degree upon graduation. Thirty credit hours of specific general education courses must be earned from an accredited college or university. A minimum of 15 credit hours must be earned at NTCC. If not and if accepted into the radiologic technology program, the student may fulfill this requirement through dual enrollment courses offered by the School of Radiologic Technology and NTCC. The remaining 30 hours for the degree are earned at the North Oaks School of Radiologic Technology; and NTCC will award an associate degree to students who satisfy NTCC and the School of Radiologic Technology’s requirements.

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