The Montana Radiography program provides an opportunity for you, as a student anywhere in Montana, to receive didactic instruction as well as clinical experience in radiology departments of affiliated health facilities in your own community. During the course of the program, you will learn radiologic physics, anatomy, radiographic procedures, positioning and patient assessment, and you’ll participate in clinical education within a WSU-affiliated health facility.
You will be required to attend class once a month each semester in Billings, Montana. You will qualify for an Associate of Applied Science degree upon completion of the general education and Radiologic Technology course requirements.
Students in the Montana Radiography program are considered full-time WSU students. As such, you are eligible for federal financial aid.
Students are selected every odd year (2011, 2013, 2015, etc.) if enough students are interested in the program; a minimum of 10 students is required for the program to run. You must hold a Montana Limited Permit in Radiography to be accepted into the program.
Note: Students in the Montana outreach program pay a flat-fee tuition. Contact the department for specific information.
Applications and Information
Any hospital in the state of Montana that is interested in providing clinical experience for students can become an affiliate.