Radiologic Technology (AS)
Admission to the Radiologic Technology Program is limited, therefore special admission requirements exist
Mission Statement and Program Goals
The Radiologic Technology (Radiographer) Program is focused on development of qualified medical imaging technologists who provide optimum patient care through competency and professional conduct.
1. The program will graduate students with entry-level radiography skills.
2. The program will graduate students with the ability to problem solve and think critically.
3. The program will graduate students with a lifelong desire for professional development and growth.
Radiologic Technology Associate Degree Requirements
Major Courses (40 credit hours)
- AL 101 Introduction to Health Care
- AL 120 Radiographic Procedures and Patient Care I and lab
- AL 121 Radiographic Procedures II and lab
- AL 130 Principles of Radiographic Exposure I and lab
- AL 131 Principles of Radiographic Exposure II and lab
- AL 230 Radiologic Equipment Operation
- AL 134 Clinical Education I
- AL 135 Clinical Education II
- AL 236 Clinical Education III
- AL 220 Advanced Radiographic Procedures and Imaging Techniques
- AL 231 Radiation Protection and Biological Effects
- AL 237 Clinical Education IV
- AL 238 Clinical Education V
- AL 321 Advanced Radiographic Imaging
Correlate Courses (9-11 credit hours)
- AL 320 Human Disease (3)
- BI 250 Introduction to Anatomy (3) or BI 275 Human Anatomy (4)
- BI 230 Introduction to Physiology (3) or BI 255 Human Physiology (4)
University Requirements (8 credit hours)
- EN 101 Freshman Composition (3)
- MA 110 Exploring Mathematics or MA116 College Algebra (3)
- KN 198 Lifetime Wellness (2)
General Education (18 credit hours)
- Natural Sciences (6)*
- Social Sciences (6)
- Humanities (6)
*Some correlate courses may count here: consult your advisor.
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