Program Mission Statement

Carolinas College of Health Sciences Radiologic Technology Program engages, educates, and provides graduate technologists with a foundation in the performance of entry-level diagnostic procedures in a variety of healthcare settings. 

Program Goals and Expected Outcomes

Carolinas College Core Values                College SLOs Definition Program SLOs
Commitment 
Integrity
Communicate    Use oral and written communication effectively

The student will demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills in clinical performance; demonstrate effective written and oral communication in didactic performance; and demonstrate progression in achieving information literacy skills during the course of their program

Commitment
Integrity
Consider Integrate theory and evidence to make
sound decisions, solve problems, and evaluate results

Students can adjust exposure factors and vary positioning techniques for a variety of patient conditions to maintain radiographic quality; and evaluate radiographic images for appropriate positioning and image quality

Teamwork Collaborate Work as an effective team member to
achieve objectives                  

Students will demonstrate sound professional behaviors through development of interpersonal skills and relationships in the medical environment

Commitment
Integrity
Cultivate Engage in professional behaviors to promote self-directed growth

Students will demonstrate sound professional behaviors through development of interpersonal skills and relationships in the medical environment; show evidence of participation in community and professional development activities that promote lifelong learning; and demonstrate ONE Experience behaviors in the clinical environment

Caring Connect Build and maintain relationships with others from various
professions, perspectives, and practices

Students will demonstrate sound professional behaviors through development of interpersonal skills and relationships in the medical environment; show evidence of participation in community and professional development activities that promote lifelong learning; and demonstrate The Atrium Health Behaviors (formerly ONE Experience behaviors) in the clinical environment

  Content Understanding and applying a core body of knowledge in their chosen field of study                              

Students will demonstrate quality patient care; demonstrate knowledge of radiographic positioning and techniques; and will practice radiation protection and safety for the patient, self and others

Last updated: September 2018

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