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Radiologic technologists provide diagnostic and therapeutic services in a variety of clinical settings.
This program prepares individuals to be radiographers through academic courses, clinical education, competency evaluation and patient/student radiographer interactions. The program will also serve as the foundation for continued study and additional credentials in related medical imaging fields.
- Time to complete: five semesters
- Setting: Full-time, in-person
- Prerequisite required: RADT courses, A&P, pharmacology, medical terminology
- Adjectives for a successful student: Reliable, adaptable, diligent
Graduates can expect to:
- Understand the principles of the theoretical and clinical components of the curriculum and apply them to an anatomical part presentation; pathological adjustments; radiation safety; quality of image and care for all patient age groups.
- Apply people skills to meet patient needs in a variety of clinical settings.
- Complete capstone coursework meeting eligibility requirements for the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology degree.
- Pass the credentialing examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) at a rate of not less than 75% on the first attempt.
- Qualify for entrance into programs of specialty within the radiological sciences.
- Exercise independent decision making and demonstrate competent skills performance in the role of primary care provider in a broad range of radiological diagnostic and intervention services.
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