St. Alexius Medical Center and University of Mary
Radiologic Technology Program
Program Vision and Mission
Vision: To uphold a higher standard in our baccalaureate Radiologic Technology Program as measured by employer satisfaction surveys, national registry examination pass-rates and program accreditation status.
Mission: To share with our students experience, values and enthusiasm to help them become competent, caring registered technologists. We want our students to be able to function effectively in diverse situations in any health care setting and to be committed to professional growth and life-long learning.
The goals of the Radiologic Technology Program include:
A. To provide a basic educational background for the student’s continued professional growth and development; to prepare students who can demonstrate technical proficiency in all skills relevant to the profession; to prepare students such that they will demonstrate professional behaviors and qualities consistent with expectations of employers.
B. To provide registered radiologic technologists locally and nationally.
C. To produce graduates who will assume leadership roles in the RT program.
Clinical Education Sites
The primary clinical education site is St. Alexius Medical Center in Bismarck. The Medical Center provides students with a wide-range of clinical experience. The facility also gives precedence to a variety of modalities: CT, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, radiation therapy and mammography. In addition to St. Alexius Medical Center, other sites may be used for clinical education. Students are responsible for associated travel, room and board expenses.