Program Mission

The Radiologic Technology Program provides quality learning opportunities that prepare students to function as competent registered radiographers, to practice with professionalism and integrity, and to assume the responsibilities for professional growth in diagnostic imaging.



Students will be clinically competent.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO):

  • SLO#1 Students will practice safe radiation protective procedures.
  • SLO#2 Students will produce quality diagnostic images.
  • SLO#3 Students will provide appropriate patient care skills.


Students will utilize independent clinical judgment and critical thinking in the performance of medical imaging procedures.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): 

  • SLO#1 Students will perform diagnostic exams on patients in the emergency/trauma setting.
  • SLO#2 Students will be able to accommodate patient needs, modify standard procedures, obtain and analyze diagnostic images.


Students will communicate effectively.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): 

  • SLO#1 Students will write a research paper complete with bibliography and reference notations using APA format and present a15-30 minute presentation of a researched topic.
  • SLO#2 Students will use effective oral communication skills with patients and clinical staff.


Students will assume personal responsibility for professional growth, continued learning and self-development.

Student Learning Outcomes (SLO): 

  • SLO#1 Students will identify and demonstrate ethical and legal principles of a radiographer.
  • SLO#2 Students will increase knowledge of other diagnostic imaging modalities.

Contact Information

Barbara Klomp
Program Director of Radiologic Technology
Phone 248.233.2922