The rapidly evolving field of medical imaging requires highly educated professionals who are familiar with the latest technologies and provide compassionate care in a variety of medical settings.
Faculty responsible for teaching students in our Radiologic Technology program are highly qualified, professional and dedicated to your success. Our students benefit from small class sizes, learning while using the state-of-the-art equipment, varied clinical settings, and plenty of lab time that includes hands-on x-ray practice. This combination ensures each graduate the best possible chance of passing the ARRT exam on the first attempt!
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The Radiologic Technology program is divided into five semesters beginning in the fall term.
*8 week Summer semester begins immediate after Spring semester ends and does not follow start and ends dates listed on Summer semester calendar.
Clinical day shifts are scheduled from 8:00am - 4:30pm, occasional evening shift are scheduled from 2:30pm - 11:00pm. Shift times may vary based on clinical site's preferences.
The median annual wage of radiologic technologists was $52,210 in May 2008. Employment of radiologic technologists is expected to increase by about 17 percent from 2008—2018, faster than the average for all occupations. As the population grows and ages, there will be an increasing demand for diagnostic imaging. In addition to diagnosis, diagnostic imaging is used to monitor the progress of disease treatment. With the increasing success of medical technologies in treating disease, diagnostic imaging will increasingly be needed to monitor progress of treatment.
Our program faculty will teach at the college in the classroom and lab settings. Occasionally, nursing instructors will assist with some courses as well as guest speakers when appropriate.
Clinical instructors are assigned to each clinical facility. They are employees of that facility and volunteer for this position. They are typically graduates of this program.
Students must maintain a 75% minimum in each class to progress to the next semester.
Grades are not rounded. For example, a 74.9 is still considered a 74.
Additionally, the program will only accept new students in the fall semester only. Students can only repeat a course once with a total of two attempts. Courses are only offered once a year, so students will need to wait until it is offered again the following year for the second attempt.
Students beginning during a year ending in an odd number will wear light blue scrubs. Students beginning during a year ending in an even number will wear dark blue scrubs.
Due to clinical site requires, extremes in hair color, color patterns, and styles are not permitted, all visible tattoos must be covered with conservative colored material and visible body piercing other than earrings are not permitted.
It will be the students decision to volunteer their pregnancy status Radiation safety will be reviewed with the student and additional badges assigned with the pregnancy, if declared. Pregnant students will be given 4 options:
It is the student's responsibility to provide transportation to the assigned clinical site and classroom.
General Education Prerequisite Coursework:
The Radiology Program will follow the Clovis Community College Articulation and Acceptance of transfer credit policy located in the CCC catalog. Students are encouraged to contact admissions for additional information. firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional Education Coursework:
Requests for transfer credits for professional radiography courses will be reviewed by the Department of Radiography on an individual basis. A request for such transfer of credit does not guarantee approval of credit.
The Radiologic Technology program at CCC is accredited by the
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
For more information about CCC's Radiologic Technology program, please contact:
M.Ed, ARRT(R), RDMS(ABD)