Radiologic Technology

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Program Mission
To provide accessible, affordable, equitable, state-of-the-art, and high quality instruction which prepares the graduates to enter, adapt to, and potentially advance in the the job market with entry-level radiography skills. It assists the graduates in achieving their professional and personal goals, as well as prepares the graduates with the necessary skills for life-long learning. 

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  1. Radiologic Technology, AAS

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Radiologic technology students assist the radiologist by performing radiographic examinations of the body to rule out or confirm diseases, fractures and other injuries.
Take COL-101.
 
 
TAKE ALL 4 GROUPS: 1. TAKE BIO-112, ENG-101, SPC-205 2. TAKE 1 COURSE FROM MAT-110, MAT-111, MAT-130 3. TAKE 1 COURSE FROM PSY-201, PSY-203, PSY-212 4. Take 1 COURSE FROM ART-101 ART-107 ART-108 ENG-102 ENG-228 HSS-101 MUS-105 PHI-101 PHI-110 REL-101 REL-104 REL-105 REL-201 or THE-101;
 
 
 
 
 
TAKE RAD-102, RAD-105, RAD-110, RAD-115, RAD-121, RAD-130, RAD-136, RAD-153, RAD-176, RAD-201, RAD-205, RAD-225, RAD-230, RAD-256, RAD-268, RAD-278, RAD-282, RAD-283
 
 

Overview

The Radiologic Technologist or radiographer is a skilled health professional with a dual responsibility: care of the patient and the performance of radiographic procedures. The radiographer assists the Radiologist (M.D.) be performing examinations on the body to rule out or confirm diseases, fractures, and other injuries. These duties may be performed not only in the Radiology Department but also in the emergency department, operating room, specialty areas and at the bedside.

The Radiologic Technology Program is designed to prepare students for their future roles in the health field as radiographers. The learning opportunities are organized to develop the intellectual, interpersonal, and psychomotor skills of the students. The education occurs within several institutions. The College facilitates learning opportunities through formal instruction and selected supervised experiences within the energized labs. The clinical education sites provide the opportunity for the mastery of the knowledge, insight, and skills required to perform a radiographic procedure and produce a diagnostic radiograph while practicing good radiation protection. The mastery of the interpersonal skills required to deal effectively with patients and other members of the health care team is an important aspect that is developed and acquired in conjunction with the performance of radiographic procedures.
Students are encouraged to accept responsibility for the learning process and to develop critical thinking in decision-making and problem-solving. A clinical competency based evaluation system provides a uniform method of preparing students to function in an active Radiology Department.

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