Master Curriculum Plan

Fall Semester Credits
RAD 110 Applied Radiography I 7
BIO 101 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4
HLC 102 Medical Terminology 2
MAT 101 College math 3
16
Spring Semester Credits
RAD 111 Applied Radiography II 6
RAD 112 Radiation Physics 4
ENG 101 English Composition 3
BIO 102 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4
17
Summer Semester Credits
RAD 113 Applied Radiography III 6
RAD 114 Imaging I 2
PSY 101 General Psychology 3
11
Fall Semester, Second Year Credits
RAD 210 Applied Radiography IV 7
RAD 212 Imaging II 4
PHI 201 Ethics 3
14
Spring Semester, Second Year Credits
RAD 203 Radiation Protection 4
RAD 213 Applied Radiography V 7
SOC 210 Diversity & Inclusion 3
14

Tuition

  • $350 per credit hour

Fees

  • Access Control Fee: $20 each semester 
  • Activity fee: $30 each semester
  • RAD 110 Course Pack: $35
  • Science Lab Fee: $40
  • Laboratory fee: $115 per semester (RAD 110 & RAD 212)
  • Learning Resource fee: $225 per semester (6+ credit hours); $125 per semester (less than 6 credit hours)
  • Graduation fee: $200 final semester

The following are examples of activities which a radiologic technology student is required to perform in order to successfully complete the program. Questions or requests for reasonable accommodations should be directed to the Dean of Student Affairs.

Essential Functions

  • Critical thinking ability sufficient for clinical judgment, being oriented to time, place, person; ability to organize responsibilities, make decisions, and analyze data or reports.
  • Interpersonal abilities sufficient to interact with others in verbal and written form.
  • Communication abilities sufficient for interaction with others in verbal and written form.
  • Physical abilities sufficient to move from room to room and maneuver in small spaces.
  • Gross and fine motor abilities to provide safe and effective client care. Full range body of motion.
  • Auditory ability sufficient to monitor and assess health needs and respond to needs of professional staff.
  • Visual ability sufficient for observation. Tactile ability sufficient for physical assessment.
  • Physical ability to endure long hours of standing and walking.

Examples of Necessary Activities

  • Identify cause-effect relationships in clinical situations and complete related procedures.
  • Establish rapport with patients and colleagues.
  • Explain treatment or diagnostic procedures, document and interpret actions and patient responses, communicate with staff and patients orally and in writing.
  • Move safely around work spaces and treatment areas.
  • Administer cardio-pulmonary procedures.
  • Calibrate, use equipment and instruments; position and lift patients.
  • Hear and monitor alarm, emergency signals, ausculatory sounds, cries for help.
  • Observe patient responses.
  • Perform palpation and examinations.
  • Perform diagnostic procedures.
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