Radiologic Technology Degree

AAS Radiologic Technology Degree (82 Credits)

Prerequisites (19 credits)

  • BIO:168, Human Anatomy and Physiology I, 4 credits
  • BIO:173, Human Anatomy and Physiology II, 4 credits
  • HSC:113, Medical Terminology, 2 credits
  • SPC:112, Public Speaking, 3 credits, OR
  • ENG:105, Composition I, 3 credits
  • MAT:110, Math for Liberal Arts, 3 credits, OR
  • HIT:139, Math for Health Care Professionals, 3 credits, OR
  • MAT:156, Statistics, 3 credits
  • PSY:111, Introduction to Psychology, 3 credits, OR
  • SOC:110, Introduction to Sociology, 3 credits

 

Term 1 - Fall (12 credits)

  • RAD:109, Intro to Radiography and Patient Care, 4 credits
  • RAD:123, Radiographic Procedures I, 5 credits
  • RAD:350, Imaging, 3 credits

 

Term 2 - Spring (13 credits)

  • RAD:143, Radiographic Procedures II, 5 credits
  • RAD:300, Radiographic Exposure, 4 credits
  • RAD:210, Clinical Education I, 4 credits

 

Term 3 - Summer (8 credits)

  • RAD:183, Special Procedures, 3 credits
  • RAD:220, Clinical Education II, 3 credits
  • RAD:161, Radiographic Procedures III, 2 credits

 

Term 4 - Fall (16 credits)

  • RAD:761, Film Evaluation I, 3 credits
  • RAD:500, Clinical Education III, 6 credits
  • RAD:850, Radiation Protection and Biology, 3 credits
  • RAD:420, Radiographic Physics, 4 credits

 

Term 5 - Spring (14 credits)

  • RAD:738, Pathology, 2 credits
  • RAD:510, Clinical Education IV, 6 credits
  • RAD:790, Film Evaluation II, 2 credits
  • RAD:948, Seminar, 4 credits

 

Enrollment is limited and entrance is restricted to the fall semester. In addition to the general admission requirements of the college, applicants must meet specific program admission criteria.

This program is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, and graduates are eligible to write the national examination given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).