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Affiliation Agreement

Avera Sacred Heart Hospital School of Radiologic Technology has affiliation agreements with the following colleges/universities, which allows the student to achieve a baccalaureate degree. 

Mount Marty College

Mount Marty College offers students a unique method for achieving a bachelor degree in radiologic technology. Students complete general education core and related requirements at Mount Marty. Upon receipt of an official transcript from a certificate program from an accredited school of radiology, Mount Marty will award the student 60 credits at no extra cost toward their degree in radiologic technology.

Students who successfully complete the degree requirements will develop an in-depth knowledge of the field, become competent in the use of current technologies, participate in a research experience, and have an opportunity to examine contemporary issues in light of their own value system and the college’s guiding ethical principles.

Prerequisites for acceptance into Mount Marty’s degree program:

  1. The student must have attained a cumulative GPA of 2.5 after completion of 68 credits with no grade lower than a C in all major and required related course work.
  2. Acceptance into an accredited radiologic technology clinical program.

Requirements for Mount Marty’s degree program:

  1. Completion of major requirements with no grade lower than a C.
  2. A total of 68 credits from Mount Marty College to include general education requirements.
  3. Sixty (60) credits transferred from an accredited school of radiologic technology.

Requirements for Mount Marty’s degree program

  1. RAD 101; BIO 103, 202, 203, 204; MTH 150; CHM 101 or 111; CHM 102 or 112.
  2. Students are responsible for making applications and gaining acceptance into an accredited school of radiologic technology. Mount Marty make no guarantee of degree completion if students are not accepted into a radiologic technology program.

Recommendations for Mount Marty’s degree program: PHY 221, 222

Inquiries about the application process to Mount Marty College should be made through the Mount Marty College Admissions Office at (605) 668-1545.

St. Cloud State University

Currently-enrolled St. Cloud State University (SCSU) students who have been accepted by the SCSU Radiologic Technology program and are on-track to finish all on-campus SCSU coursework before the internship starts may apply to the Avera Sacred Heart Hospital School of Radiologic Technology.  All on-campus SCSU coursework must be finished before the Avera Sacred Heart internship begins.  Upon completion of the internship and all required courses and SCSU requirements, students will be granted a Bachelor of Science degree in Radiologic Technology.  Acceptance into an affiliated internship program is required for the degree, but is not guaranteed.

For further information, please see http://www.stcloudstate.edu/healthsciences/RadTech

(including the "Frequently Asked Questions" link).  If you have any questions, please send an email to medicalphysics@stcloudstate.edu.

University of Jamestown, Jamestown, ND

University of Jamestown offers students the opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree in radiologic technology. Students complete the science and math prerequisites and the general education requirements at University of Jamestown. Upon receipt of an official transcript from a certificate program at an accredited and affiliated school of radiologic technology, University of Jamestown will award students 60 credits toward their bachelor degree in radiologic technology.

Requirements for graduation from University of Jamestown with a Radiologic Technology Degree are the following:

• The student must have attained a cumulative GPA of 2.0 after completion of 73 hours of course work, including science and math prerequisites and the bachelor of science general education requirements.

• The student must have gained entrance to and completed an accredited radiologic technology clinical program that is affiliated with University of Jamestown with a total of 60 credit hours awarded towards the degree.

For a list of the specific course requirements for this degree, please visit http://www.uj.edu/academics/radiologic-tech/.

University of Nebraska at Kearney

The University of Nebraska offers the students a unique delivery method for a bachelor degree in radiography. Students complete the science prerequisites, general education core and related requirements at the University of Nebraska at Kearney. Upon receipt of an official transcript from a certificate program at an accredited and affiliated school of radiologic technology, UNK will award the student 60 credits at no extra cost toward their bachelor degree in radiologic technology.

Requirements for graduation from UNK with Radiography Degree:

  • The student must have attained a cumulative GPA of 2.0 after completion of 72 hours of required related course work and the general studies program.
  • Acceptance into and completion of an accredited radiologic technology clinical program that is affiliated with UNK with a total of 60 credit hours awarded towards the degree.

Students are responsible for making application and gaining acceptance into an affiliated and accredited school of radiologic technology. The University of Nebraska at Kearney makes no guarantee of degree completion if students are not accepted in a radiologic technology program.