The Radiologic Technology program consists of general studies, radiologic courses, and clinical experiences that prepare you to be a radiologic technologist. A technologist's primary function is to provide high quality diagnostic radiographs utilizing advanced medical imaging equipment. You will operate diagnostic imaging equipment, position patients for diagnostic imaging, and assist physicians. More than half of your education will be provided in hospital or clinic radiology departments to assure hands–on experience. After graduation, you will be eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technology Examination, and be prepared to find a job in a hospital, clinic, private physician's office, educational institution, or other health–related industry.
Entry: Fall Term
Length: 8 terms (24 months)
Program: Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)
Note: The second year of the program is offered in an online/hybrid format, allowing greater flexibility for second–year students.
|Radiologic Technology Program Outcomes (2013)|
|Examination Pass Rate||95%||Five Year Average||95%|
|Job Placement Rate||92%||Five Year Average||86%|
|Program Completion Rate||47%||Five Year Average||55%|
In addition to the program outcomes information listed above, the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) will post five–year average credentialing examination pass rates, five–year average job placement rates, and annual program completion rates. This information may be obtained by contacting the JRCERT at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tammy Delker, Program Director
phone: (641) 683-5316 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 5316
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