Radiologic Technology School
The School of Radiologic Technology at UW Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin is a two-year program offering professional study in the art and science of medical radiography.
Enrollment is limited to a select number of qualified applicants. The academic year runs from September through August. The program does not maintain a waiting list for admission and interested applicants must reapply each year.
What is Radiologic Technology?
Radiologic Technology is an allied health profession dedicated to preserving health and diagnosing and curing disease. Under the direction of a radiologist, the technologist uses various forms of ionizing radiation to detect and/or treat disease. Radiologic Technologist Profile
The School of Radiologic Technology holds formal affiliation agreements with UW-Milwaukee and Marian University in Fond du Lac to provide professional study to BSRT candidates from those institutions. Applicants apply for admission through their respective universities.
Our curriculum is six semesters long consisting of four traditional semesters and two summer sessions. Students participate in the didactic and clinical portions of the program simultaneously. Combined didactic and clinical hours total 40 hours per week. Radiologic Technology School Mission
Our program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Graduates of the program are eligible for certification through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
Please note: You must be currently enrolled either at Marian University or UW-Milwaukee and seeking a bachelor's of science degree in Radiologic Technology (BSRT) in order to be eligible for our program. For more information about the Radiologic Technology bachelor's of science degree programs at these institutions, please visit their Web sites:
||Marian University, Fond du Lac
Select Select a career description and then Radiologic Technologist
Select Academic Programs, then Academic Structure, then School of Nursing and Health Professions and then Radiologic Technology.
Applications are submitted through an Education Coordinator at each affiliated university. Each affiliate collects the application materials which it then forwards to UW Hospital and Clinics School of Radiologic Technology.
Submit application materials to the appropriate contact at your university affiliate by the following deadlines:
- UW-Milwaukee Applicants: Dec. 1
- Marian University Applicants: Dec. 15
Application materials not collected by the university affiliate must be received by UW Hospital and Clinics School of Radiologic Technology no later than Jan. 31. The applicant is responsible for assuring that the materials have arrived at our office by the deadline.
Applicants must be mature, dependable, in good health and able to meet the physical requirements of the profession. An academic background strong in science and mathematics is required. Practical experience working with the ill, injured and disabled is desirable.
Please note, the information contained on this Web site is revised periodically and is subject to change without notice.