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Advocate Illinois Masonic School Of Radiologic Technology - Chicago, IL

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Advocate Illinois Masonic School Of Radiologic Technology

School Overview

Advocate Illinois Masonic School of Radiologic Technologyhas a Evangelical Lutheran Church religious affiliation.

Advocate Illinois Masonic School of Radiologic Technologyhas a Evangelical Lutheran Church religious affiliation.

Advocate Illinois Masonic School of Radiologic Technology is a private, for-profit school.

Contacting the School

836 W. Wellington Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
Main Phone: 7732968950
Web Site:www.advocatehealth.com

Student Body Size and Diversity

In Fall 2002, the school had 16 (full-time equivalent) students.

Minority enrollment includedHispanic (3)%, and Asian (1)%.

Degree Levels

  • Certificate, 2-4 years

Degree Programs

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Health Care

Cost of Attending

In-State, Living On Campus:$ 7,538.00
In-State, Living With Family:$ 13,449.00
Out of State, Living On Campus:$ 7,538.00

Admission Requirements

The schooldoes not offer open admission; requirements include:

Required:
  • High-school GPA is required.
  • Secondary school rank is required.
  • Secondary school record is required.
  • Recommendations are required.
  • A college preparatory program is required.
Recommended (but not required):
  • The TOEFL (if applicable) is recommended for international students.
Neither Required Nor Recommended:
  • Standardized test scores are neither required nor recommended.
  • A demonstration of competency (such as samples of work, e.g.) is neither required nor recommended.

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