A better education. A better future. A career in nursing or medical imaging provides a chance to help, heal, and bring hope; a chance to learn and prosper—to find a purpose, fulfill a passion, and gain a life of rewards. At Bellin College we are devoted to providing you with an excellent education that fulfills this promise and prepares you for the demands of the rapidly changing healthcare environment.
Founded in 1909, Bellin College is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit institution.
“One of Wisconsin’s
in nursing and
A focused curriculum, extensive hands-on practice, leadership and service learning, and dedication to the values of Excellence, Integrity, Community, and Caring helps our students succeed academically and professionally.
We offer programs of study in nursing and medical imaging:
A career in nursing offers a chance to help, heal, and bring hope. And it begins with a bachelor’s degree from Bellin College. Extensive clinical experience, the opportunity to learn multiple specialties, and an emphasis on leadership will allow you to be more confident and marketable in your career.Learn More
The radiologic technologist is an essential member of the healthcare team, dedicated to preserving patient health by helping diagnose injury and disease through the use of medical imaging. The Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences (BSRS) program will provide you with excellent academic and clinical experience in general radiography and two of the following specialties:
- CT scanning (Computed Tomography)
- MRI scanning (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)
- Women’s imaging including: Mammography and DXA (osteoporosis detection) scanning.
The diagnostic medical sonographer is an essential, highly-skilled member of the healthcare team dedicated to preserving patients’ health by helping diagnose injury and disease, through the use of special imaging equipment. Students will graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Diagnostic Medical Sonography after three consecutive years, and be eligible to take ADRMS certification examinations in:
- Sonography Principles and Instrumentation
Take your nursing career to the next level. The graduate program builds on a baccalaureate nursing degree to prepare nurses for leadership roles in advanced practice. The master’s curriculum provides the depth of knowledge and breadth of skills that are applied in a variety of educational and practicum settings.
Our programs are committed to developing stewards of the physical therapy profession, evidence-based practitioners and clinician scientists. Graduates will be critical thinkers, reflective, empathetic, and lifelong learners.
Orthopaedic and Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT)
The OMPT Fellowship is designed to advance the skills of physical therapy practitioners in application of evidence-based research and advanced orthopaedic manual physical therapy techniques for patients with musculoskeletal disorders.
Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy (DScPT)
The DScPT degree program expands on the knowledge, skills, and abilities obtained from the fellowship certificate with an emphasis on research, educational leadership, and advanced practice.Learn More