Radiologic Technology

Nursing & Allied Health Degrees

Radiologic Technology

Radiologic technologists are the registered health care professionals who perform diagnostic imaging exams and administer radiation therapy treatments.  For example, they provide X-rays, mammograms, CT scans, ultrasounds, and MRI’s diagnostic testing.  Radiology technician jobs are expected to increase faster than average throughout the next decade. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, average pay is over $50,000 per year, although earnings may be less depending on location of the job.

West Shore Community College cooperates with Mid-Michigan Community College so that our students can earn an Associate in Applied Science degree in Radiology Technology. The first year’s courses can be completed at WSCC. Then, courses are taken at Mid-Michigan Community College, which is located in Harrison, Michigan. Finally, practicums are arranged in local hospitals.

Students interested in this program are strongly encouraged to attend an information session at Mid-Michigan Community College to learn about the admissions selection process.  More information about the program and a schedule for the information sessions can be found at Mid Michigan Community College Radiography Program Home Page.

The WSCC curriculum guide information can be accessed here Radiologic Technology curriculum guide.