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Radiography Curriculum

Radiography Didactic and Clinical Competency Requirements Radiography Didactic and Clinical Competency Requirements. Follow the chart below for an idea of the sequence of the Radiography Program and for specific times to take each course. 
 
 
Application Criteria Courses
When to Take:
Must be completed (or transferred in from another school) prior to submitting an application to the program.
Courses Credits
BSC 2085 Anatomy & Physiology I3
BSC 2085L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab1
ENC 1101 Composition I3
MAC 1105 College Algebra or
STA 2023 Statistics or
MGF 1106 Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning
3
 
Admission Selection Criteria Courses
When to Take: Can be taken during the 22-month program. However, these courses are used for admission criteria and are typically completed (or transferred in) before submitting an application. The more of these courses completed before application, the better your chances of admission for that particular year.
 
Courses Credit
BSC 2086 Anatomy & Physiology II3
BSC 2086L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab1
Social/Behavioral Science Elective3
RTE 1000 Introduction to Radiologic Technology3
Humanities/Fine Arts Elective3
SPC 1608 Introduction to Public Speaking or
SPC 1024 Introduction to Speech Communications
3
 
Certificate Courses
 
When to Take: CPR must be current at time of program admission. If taking for the first time, do so in June/July just prior to starting the program in August.
 
Courses Credit
CAE 0062 Basic Life Support (CPR)*0
 
*Students who already have CPR certification can use it for program entry and will simply renew it during the program by re-taking the appropriate course. CPR from other approved institutions will be accepted as long as they meet the following criteria:
  • CPR courses must be approved by the American Heart Association.
  • All courses submitted must be equal in the number of hours earned as compared to equivalent BC courses.
Radiography Courses Term 1 (Fall)
Credits
When to Take
RTE 1111 Patient Care I
3
Aug. – Dec. Year 1
Only available to students enrolled in the program.
 
RTE 1111L Patient Care I Lab
1
RTE 1503 Radiographic Procedures I
3
RTE 1503L Radiographic Procedures I Lab
1
RTE 1804 Clinical Education I
2
Radiography Courses Term II (Spring)
Credits
When to Take
RTE 1418 Imaging I
3
Jan. – May Year 1
Only available to students enrolled in the program.
 
RTE 1418L Imaging I Lab
1
RTE 1513 Radiographic Procedures II
3
RTE 1513L Radiographic Procedures II Lab
1
RTE 1814 Clinical Education II
2
Radiography Courses Term III (Summer)
Credits
When to Take
RTE 1523 Radiographic Procedures III
3
May – Aug. Year 1
Only available to students enrolled in the program.
RTE 1523L Radiographic Procedures III Lab
1
RTE 1763 Computed Tomography & Cross -Sectional Anatomy 3
RTE 1824 Clinical Education III
2
Radiography Courses Term IV (Fall)
Credits
When to Take
RTE 2385 Radiation Biology & Protection
 3
Aug. – Dec. Year 2
Only available to students enrolled in the program.
 
RTE 2457 Imaging II
        3
RTE 2457L Imaging II Lab
1
RTE 2834 Clinical Education IV
3
Radiography Courses Term V (Spring)
Credits
When to Take
RTE 2116 Patient Care II
3
Jan. – May Year 2
Only available to students enrolled in the program.
 
RTE 2116 Patient Care II Lab
1
RTE 2563 Advanced Imaging Procedures, Modalities & Pathology
3
RTE 2844 Clinical Education V
3
Radiography Courses Term VI (Summer)
Credits
When to Take
RTE 2061 Radiography Seminar
1
May – June Year 2
Only available to students enrolled in the program.
RTE 2854 Clinical Education VI
1
 
The Radiography Program is competency based and uses as a guideline the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Curriculum Guide and the ARRT Didactic and Clinical Competency Requirements.
 
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