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Radiologic Technology

Associate of Science (AS) - 78 credits
Offered: On-Campus


The Radiologic Technology program provides a full learning experience. You’ll get both classroom training at the Duluth campus and clinical training at regional sites. The first eight weeks of the program you will be on campus only two days a week. Once those first 8 weeks of the program are completed successfully, you will begin your clinical experience four days a week and one day a week on campus for classroom instruction. During the program you’ll learn physics, anatomy and physiology. You’ll also learn current imaging technology, and basic patient care. The clinical piece of the program is crucial. It offers the opportunity for hands-on learning in a real medical setting. Lake Superior College has clinical sites located in Duluth, with outreach sites throughout the region.

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Career Information

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Below you will find the Career Field and Career Cluster that this program is related to. Learn more about if this career area fits your interests!

Is Health Science right for you?

Health science workers promote health and wellness. They diagnose and treat injuries and disease. As a physician, dentist, or nurse, you could work directly with patients. You could also work in a laboratory to get information used in research or provide administrative support by keeping medical records.

Weight Bearing/Lifting:

Radiologic Technology Students must be able to sufficiently lift or bear weight to accomplish common health occupation functions such as moving and lifting patients in bed, wheelchair or stretcher. Students will need to be able to stand and walk consistently for their entire 8 hour+ shift. Students need to be able to move or support greater weight than the student themselves (25 pounds frequently 50 pounds less often).

Plan Your Education

The Program Guide is a tool to help you map out how to successfully get your degree at Lake Superior College.

Program Guide

View approximate total tuition and fees for MN residents to complete this degree.

Tuition and Fees

This program may be completed in 22 months if prerequisites are complete.

Skills & Knowledge

  • Position patients to create accurate diagnostic images
  • Diagnostic imaging on patients of all ages
  • Ensures radiation safety at all times

Affiliated Clinical Sites

(not every site is available every year)

Minnesota – Brainerd, Crosby, Aitkin, Bemidji, Big Fork, Deer River, Grand Rapids, Hibbing, Virginia, Moose Lake, Mora, Duluth/Superior

Wisconsin – Ashland

Important: CNA is required for the Radiologic Technology Program

If you have questions about the requirement:

Contact an advisor or
Britni Hardy, MHA, RSO, R.T. (R)
Phone: 218-733-7713
[email protected]


The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Current accreditation status 8 years – new cycle: 2024.

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    “LSC does an amazing job of making sure students come first. Everyone is always willing to lend a helping hand. That really made a difference for me.”

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    Radiologic Technology Student
    Alexis HansonAlum, Liberal Arts and Sciences AA. and Radiologic Technology AS
    “Make sure you want to work with patients every single day, that you enjoy the medical field, and you won’t work a day in your life.”

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    Radiologic Technician Student Stacy Anderson
    Stacy AndersonAlum, Radiologic Technology AAS

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