About the Program
John Wood Community College, in cooperation with Blessing Hospital, offers the Radiologic Technology AAS degree. Enrollment is limited. Students accepted by the Blessing School of Radiologic Technology complete 8 credit hours of science specialty courses and 19 credit hours of general education courses at JWCC. Upon successful completion of the requirements of the Blessing School of Radiologic Technology, 37 credit hours will be given in transfer to complete degree requirements.
Advanced opportunities include diagnostic radiography, fluoroscopy, interventional vascular procedures, MRI, CT, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, mammography, and bone densitometry.
Opportunities for graduates are many and varied. Graduates are needed to provide patient services in hospitals, clinics and offices.
Qualified graduates of other accredited Illinois radiologic technology programs may also enroll in this associate in applied science degree program.