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  • Goals:

    1. The graduate will be able to display ethical behavior and sound professional judgment in clinical practice.

    2. The graduate will be able to practice effective written and oral communication skills in the clinical setting.
       
    3. The graduate will demonstrate problem-solving and critical thinking skills in the clinical setting.
       
    4. The graduate will participate in professional activities which promote professional development and lifelong learning.
       
    5. The graduate demonstrates competence as an entry-level radiographer who produces radiographic films of diagnostic quality and meets the needs of the healthcare community.
       
    6. The program will graduate competent, employable, entry-level radiographers who meet the needs of the healthcare community.
       
  • Outcomes

    • Students/Graduates will display ethical decision making skills.
       
    • Students will exhibit sound professional judgment in the clinical setting.

    • The student will demonstrate effective written language skills.
       
    • The student will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in didactic and clinical     performance.
       
    • The student will demonstrate ability to critically think in image critic and analysis.
       
    • The student will utilize critical thinking and problem solving as it relates to the execution of trauma procedures.

    •  The student will apply problem-solving/critical thinking skills in clinical setting.
       
    • The student will participate in at least one professional society meeting/seminar prior to graduating program.
       
    •  The graduate will show evidence of valuing support and participation in professional development.
       
    •  Graduate will exhibit comprehensive knowledge required by entry level radiographer.

    • Student will demonstrate full scope of comprehensive clinical skills required of an entry level radiographer. 

  • The Associate Degree program in Radiologic Technology is a 90 semester hour degree that spans two years/six semesters time. Up to 24 semester hours of general education coursework may be completed prior to entering the core courses of the program if the student chooses, however, accommodations can be made during the program to allow for completion of these courses as well.