The Radiography Technology program prepares students to become a radiography technologist and member of a healthcare team. The program integrates knowledge from the biological sciences, social sciences, and math with the theory and practice of radiography technology to prepare students as entry-level technologists. Upon successful completion of this program students will graduate with an Associate of Applied Science Degree and be eligible to become certified by taking the registry examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The Radiography Technology associate of applied science degree program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Inquiries can be made by contacting JRCERT at 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182 or (312) 704-5300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact the Health Professions Division at (208) 769-3373 for further information.
- High school diploma or GED.
- Application to the Radiography Technology program.
- Minimum grades of C or 2.00 must be earned in each of the prerequisite courses required for the program.
For program specific requirements please refer tothe Radiography Technology program website.
|RADT-101||Introduction to Radiography||2|
|RADT-102||Patient Care in Radiography||3|
|RADT-104A||Radiographic Images I||1|
|RADT-106||Radiographic Procedures I||3|
|RADT-110||Law and Ethics for Radiography||1|
|RADT-180||Clinical Education I||3|
|MATH-143||College Algebra (or higher)||3|
|RADT-104B||Radiographic Images I||1|
|RADT-109||Radiographic Procedures II||3|
|RADT-182||Clinical Education II||6|
|RADT-192||Clinical Education III||3|
|RADT-202A||Radiographic Images II||1|
|RADT-204||Radiographic Procedures III||2|
|RADT-202B||Radiographic Images II||1|
|RADT-206||Radiographic Procedures IV||2|
|RADT-292||Clinical Education IV||8|
|COMM-101||Introduction to Speech Communication||3|
|RADT-201||Pharmacology and Contrast Procedures In Radiography||2|
|RADT-298||Clinical Education V||8|
|Introduction to Psychology
or Introduction to Sociology
|RADT-291||Clinical Education Option||1|
|RADT-297||Senior Radiography Review||1|
- AAS Institutionally Designated
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Goal: Students will be clinically competent.
- Students will demonstrate positioning skills.
- Students will understand and practice proper radiation safety.
- Students will deliver quality patient care.
- Goal: Students will demonstrate professionalism.
- Students will demonstrate professional behavior.
- Students will demonstrate the clinical application of health care ethics.
- Students will demonstrate the importance of professional organizations.
- Goal: Students will demonstrate high levels skills of critical thinking.
- Students will respond appropriately to non-routine situations.
- Students will critique radiographs.
- Goal: Students will demonstrate proficient communication abilities.
- Students will explain radiologic procedures.
- Students will adapt communication to their audience.
- Students will communicate professionally.
In addition to the program outcomes, students will meet the following North Idaho College General Education (GEM) Requirements: Written and Oral Communication; Mathematical Ways of Knowing; Social and Behavioral Ways of Knowing; and an additional program-designated or selected course from any of the GEM requirements.