The Radiologic Technology Program offers a two year/full-time (23 months) classroom and clinical training leading to an Associate of Science degree. The hospital affiliates are Good Samaritan Hospital and Mercy Hospital-Western Hills. Education for the radiography student is an integrated plan of classroom, laboratory and clinical education. The Radiographic Practicum courses (12 credit hours and approximately 1900 clock hours) allow the students to practice the theories taught at Xavier and apply them in a clinical setting. Upon successful completion of the program, students receive an Associate Degree in Science and are eligible to apply to the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) to take their certification examination.
Also offered is a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) program. The program is designed to help MRI technologist working in the field prepare for the ARRT advanced examination or to help radiographers expand their career in MRI imaging.