Applying to this Program
All applications for consideration for acceptance into the program should be received by the Admissions Office no later than March 31 of the application year.
Applicants for admission to the program should have completed two years of high school algebra or its equivalent and one year each of high school biology or chemistry. Students must have completed MAST-101 , Medical Terminology 1 and MATH-132 , Technical Mathematics 1 before entering this program.
All accepted students must undergo a Criminal Offender Record Information or other check. Depending on the findings, the student may not be allowed to continue in the program of study. For further information, please contact the Office of the Dean, School of Health and Patient Simulation. NOTE: Clinical Orientation is required prior to Clinical Practicum.
The Goals of the Radiography Program
1. Students will effectively utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
1.1. Students will evaluate images for diagnostic quality.
1.2. Students will modify imaging parameters for non-routine procedures.
1.3. Students will demonstrate critical thinking through problem solving exercises.
2. Students will demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
2.1. Students will communicate effectively with patients.
2.2. Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills.
2.3. Students will demonstrate effective listening skills.
3. Students will be clinically competent.
3.1. Students will demonstrate proper positioning skills.
3.2. Students will employ appropriate radiation protection.
3.3. Students will apply appropriate technical factors.
3.4. Students will demonstrate effective patient care.
4. Student and community needs will effectively be served by the program.
4.1. Students will complete the program.
4.2. Graduates will pass the ARRT national certification exam.
4.3. Graduates pursuing employment will be gainfully employed in the field or will continue with their education.
4.4. Graduates will indicate satisfaction that the program prepared them as entry-level practitioners.
4.5 a. Employers will be satisfied with program graduates.
4.5 b. The minutes from Advisory Board meetings will express satisfaction with overall quality of program.
5. Students will participate in professional activities.
5.1 Students will follow clinical affiliates’ rules and regulations.
5.2. Students will demonstrate professional growth.