The Radiologic Technology Program provides quality learning opportunities that enable graduates to write the national credentialing examination, to function as competent radiographers and to view learning as a life long process.
Program Educational Goals
PROGRAM GOAL #1
Students will be clinically competent.
Student Learning Outcomes: Students will practice safe radiation protective procedures.
Students will produce quality diagnostic images.
Students will provide appropriate patient care skills.
PROGRAM GOAL #2
Students will utilize independent clinical judgment and critical thinking in the performance of medical imaging procedures.
Student Learning Outcomes: Students will perform diagnostic exams on patients in the emergency/trauma
Students will be able to accommodate patient needs, modify standard procedures,
obtain and analyze diagnostic images.
PROGRAM GOAL #3
Students will communicate effectively.
Student Learning Outcomes: Students will write a research paper complete with bibliography and reference
notations using APA format.
Students will present a15-30 minute presentation of a researched topic.
Students will use effective oral communication skills with patients and clinical staff.
PROGRAM GOAL #4
Students will assume personal responsibility for professional growth, continued learning and self-development.
Student Learning Outcomes: Students will understand ethical and legal principles and the professional role of a
Students will increase knowledge of other diagnostic imaging modalities.
PROGRAM GOAL #5
The program will graduate entry-level technologists.
Student Learning Outcomes: Students will pass the ARRT national certification on the 1st attempt.
Students will achieve a minimum score on each of the sections A-E on the ARRT
Of those pursuing employment, students will be gainfully employed within 6
Students will complete the program within 20 months.
Students will be satisfied with their education.
Employers will be satisfied with the graduate’s performance.