Become a nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Program Overview

Gain a strong foundation for a cutting-edge career registered nurse (RN) with Mercy College's eight-semester Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. You'll gain hands-on training as a nurse and achieve a bachelor's degree-level education.

This bachelor's degree nursing program provides the breadth of academic and clinical experience to prepare you to become an RN. Courses begin in the spring (January) and fall (August) semesters. However, students can be admitted and begin taking pre-requisite and general education courses toward their program of choice in the fall semester (August), spring semester (January), or summer semester (May).

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  • New digital X-ray equipment and virtual reality lab.

  • 21 Months

    Five semesters, August start

  • Excellent pass rate on credentialing exam American Registry of Radiologic Technologists

  • 100%

    Graduate Employment Rate

  • Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) Accredited

  • 8 Year

    Programmatic Accreditation Award

Take the first step towards your X-Ray Tech Career with Mercy's Rad Tech program.

State-of-the-Art Facilities

Benefit from our advanced digital X-ray and virtual reality lab, designed to refine your skills in Radiologic Technology. These innovative tools prepare you for the dynamic healthcare landscape, ensuring you're ready for professional challenges. Explore our Rad Tech suite through the virtual tour.

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Debt Free Education Opportunities

Work for Mercy Health while studying and have 100% of your educational expenses covered. Unlock a debt-free future in healthcare with our program. Immerse in studies funded by Mercy Health commitment. Since 2022, hundreds of students across disciplines have launched careers without financial burden.

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Radiologic Tech: Excellence Blueprint

Explore the intricacies of our Radiologic Technology program through the Radiologic Technology Program Assessment plan. This document provides an in-depth look at our curriculum's goals, outcomes, and continuous improvement strategies, ensuring you're well-prepared for a successful career in diagnostic imaging.

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Program Learning Outcomes

Our mission is to educate and prepare students for entry-level Radiologic Technology positions as compassionate, competent health care professionals who can function in a rapidly changing healthcare environment.

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Attend an online information session to learn more about a career in Rad Tech.

  • “I am thankful for the small sizes and my experiences in clinical that will help me in the future as a nurse. While completing my clinicals and practicum hours, I was able to build upon my time management and patient care skills and was caring for 4 patients by the end of my experience. I am grateful for all the nurses and techs that helped me learn and prepare for my future as a nurse.”

    Megan Moore
    Bachelor of Science in Nursing