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Radiology Schools in Wisconsin

As a medical imaging professional, you will play a vital role in diagnosing diseases and illnesses by capturing images of the inside of the body. Becoming a radiology or ultrasound professional starts with a formal education in medical imaging. You can complete a certificate, associate or bachelor's degree program. A common path is a certificate or associate program, but the required degree will vary based on each radiology profession. To learn more about some common professions in the field, check out the information below.

To learn more about radiology programs in Wisconsin, as well as related careers and salaries, keep reading.

Wisconsin Schools with Radiology Programs

  • Bellin College (Green Bay)
  • Blackhawk Technical College (Janesville)
  • Chippewa Valley Technical College (Eau Claire)
  • Concordia University-Wisconsin (Mequon)
  • Gateway Technical College (Kenosha)
  • Lakeshore Technical College (Cleveland)
  • Madison Area Technical College (Madison)
  • Marian University (Fond Du Lac)
  • Milwaukee Area Technical College (Milwaukee)
  • Moraine Park Technical College (Fond du Lac)
  • Mount Mary University (Milwaukee)
  • Northcentral Technical College (Wausau)
  • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (Green Bay)
  • University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (La Crosse)
  • Western Technical College (La Crosse)

How to Become a Radiologic Technologist in Wisconsin

A job as a radiologic technologist is a common position in the field of medical imaging. Here you can see a step-by-step guide on how to pursue this career.

  1. Earn a high school diploma. A high school diploma is necessary to enter a radiologic program. However, before you graduate high school, it may be helpful to take science and math classes, such as biology or anatomy, to prepare for entering a college program.
  2. Earn an associate degree. Many radiologic technologists earn an Associate of Applied Science degree. Make sure your program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
  3. Get licensed or certified in Wisconsin. The licensing requirements vary in each state, so be sure to research the process for getting licensed or certified in Wisconsin. It may help to check out the requirements on the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) website.

Radiology Salary in Wisconsin

If you’re interested in pursuing a career in radiology, you are probably interested in learning the average salaries in Wisconsin for each profession in the field. Here are the salaries for the most common jobs.

CareerTotal EmploymentAnnual Mean Wage
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians1,33053,030
Diagnostic Medical Sonographers1,54072,920
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists95067,530
Nuclear Medicine Technologists31075,420
Radiologic Technologists4,14056,980
Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Additional Resources for Wisconsin Radiology Techs


Sources:

  1. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, http://www.bls.gov/, accessed July 29, 2016
  2. College Navigator, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/, accessed July 29, 2016
  3. The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, https://www.arrt.org/, accessed July 29, 2016

Radiology Programs in Wisconsin:

This list also includes online schools that accept students from Wisconsin.
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