Degrees type: Associate

DuBois Campus

Mount Aloysius College’s Radiography program consists of two components: academic courses and clinical rotations.

Students initially focus on required Medical Imaging coursework during the first year, but early patient interaction is an important component of the program. Before sophomore year students will be interacting with patients.

The program is conducted in cooperation with the Penn Highlands DuBois, with classes held in DuBois, Pa.

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Program Highlights

  • Full-time, two-year program of study
  • Solid foundation in the liberal arts and in-depth knowledge of patient care

  • Combination of video conference, classroom-based instruction and online courses

  • Conveniently offered at DuBois Regional Medical Center

  • Graduates are eligible to take the licensure exam and be registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)

students looking at x-rays

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Mercy off the Mountain

Rachel Harris continues to incorporate the Mercy Value of Service through her work at The Cleveland Clinic as an MRI technologist and through volunteer opportunities with nonprofit organizations.

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Real Life & Real Education

With a family and a busy schedule, Madison needed a personalized approach.

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Making a Difference One Scan at a Time

Bradley Mikitko loved Mount Aloysius so much that he received two degrees from MAC! His life is the definition of Service and he continues to represent the Mercy Values.

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Watch a video with alum Morgan Glover talking about the medical imaging program.

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Student Voices & Success Stories

Brandon L Steach, RT (R) MR, graduated cum laude from Mount Aloysius in 2006 with a degree in radiography. Following graduation, he was offered four different jobs. Brandon was employed at Holy Spirit Hospital in Camp Hill, Pa. for 3.5 years, where he started in X-ray and cross-trained in a cardiovascular suite and MRI and obtained his certification in MRI.

He is currently the CT/MRI supervisor at Heart of Lancaster Regional Medical Center in Lititz, Pa., where he developed the protocols/policies in CT and MRI and coordinates numerous administrative responsibilities as well as performing clinical exams. Currently, Brandon directs and manages a MRI breast program with capabilities of MRI guided breast biopsy.


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