Radiologic Technologist Articulation Agreement
This program is offered through an articulation agreement with Quinsigamond Community College.
Students may complete general education courses at MWCC through enrollment in the Interdisciplinary Studies -- Allied Health Degree or the Allied Health Certificate and apply for acceptance into the Radiologic Technologist program at Quinsigamond Community College (QCC). All radiologic technologist courses must be taken at QCC and students must meet the selective admission requirements of the QCC program.
The following courses may be taken at MWCC:
|ENG 101||College Writing I||3|
|ENG 102||College Writing II||3|
|PSY 105||Introduction To Psychology||3|
|SPC 113||Speech (formerly THE113)||3|
|BIO 109||Biology I||4|
|BIO 199||Anatomy and Physiology I (formerly BIO203)||4|
|BIO 204||Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
An essential member of the health care team, the radiologic technologist provides diagnostic services to patients in hospitals, clinics, private imaging centers, and medical offices. Graduates of this program are eligible to apply for the national certification through examination by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and licensing through the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, Radiation Control program. Credentialing by the ARRT certifies the graduate as a Registered Technologist in Radiography — R.T. (R). Licensing by the Massachusetts DPH is required to be employed as a radiographer. QCC’s radiologic technologist program is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRC/ERT), 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 900, Chicago, IL 60606, telephone 312-704-5300, email email@example.com. For more information about Quinsigamond Community College courses, prerequisites, and the college itself, visit QCC's website. For specific information about the Rad Tech program, please click here.
The application deadline is December 15th. Students applying after the deadline will be considered on a space available basis. This selective admissions program requires additional application components. For more information, contact Advising at 978-630-9109.
In addition to the coursework at MWCC, students must satisfy additional QCC admissions requirements as follows:
- Must have a high school diploma or GED.
- Must take the college placement test to determine math and English levels if no college level courses were previously completed.
- TEAS V required. Please visit the Advising Center for score specifics.
- Math: minimum grade of C+ or better in MWCC MAT 143 Statistics.
- Biology: minimum grade of C+ in BIO 109 Biology I, BIO 199 Anatomy and Physiology I (formerly BIO203), or BIO 204 Anatomy and Physiology II at MWCC (recommended).
- English: minimum grade of B in ENG 098 Fundamentals of Writing or place into ENG 101 College Writing I.
- Math and science courses must be taken within five years of application.
- Required grade must be earned within two attempts of taking and completing the course.
- Review of program website and career video.
- Four-hour clinical observation.1 Click here for more information.
Offered to academically qualified applicants only.