Radiologic Technology School

The radiologic technologist is a health care professional who administers prescribed radiation for the purpose of medical diagnosis. Radiologic technologists perform radiographic procedures on patients using technologically-advanced equipment to produce images of anatomical structures for evaluation by radiologists (physicians).

The Department of Health Sciences in the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences at Wayne State University in partnership with Henry Ford Health System offers a baccalaureate degree in radiologic technology. It is uniquely tailored to individuals who would like to earn a degree and qualify for employment in the health care environment. The Wayne State University Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology Program has been carefully designed to provide the student a comprehensive general education knowledge base with a major in radiologic technology.

The professional portion of the program will be taught on-site at Henry Ford Hospital; this portion is a full 24 months following the completion of two years of prerequisite coursework. A graduate of this program will be highly qualified to join the advancing field of radiologic technology.

Information on prerequisite coursework and applications are available through the Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Office of Enrollment Management. If you are interested in obtaining preliminary information regarding the program, please visit the website at www.cphs.wayne.edu/program/rt-bs.php. For additional questions, email the Program Director.

Program Director:
Sarah Borland, M.Ed., RT(R)
sarahb@rad.hfh.edu
(313) 916-1348

Clinical Coordinator:
John Dion, B.S., R.T. (R)
johnd@rad.hfh.edu
(313) 916-0615