Program Overview and Handbook
The Radiologic Technology Program seeks to provide each student educational activities to develop the necessary professional, communication, clinical and critical thinking skills for the purpose of graduating entry-level radiographers who demonstrate professionalism in the clinical setting.
The foremost concern of the Department of Diagnostic Imaging is the ability of the Radiographer to provide high quality patient care. Without this, the Radiographer, the patient, the community, and the entire profession suffer. If the Radiographer does not posses the attributes of providing high quality compassionate patient care, then the medical and technical knowledge obtained will have all gone for naught.
All didactic courses will be correlated with the clinical experience to assist students in understanding the principles of Radiography. Clinical experience will allow you to apply those principles as they relate to medical, preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic medicine. Emphasis will be placed on developing that ability of application to a variety of patient care requirements. Teaching and service will be directed toward developing the competency of students in the art and science of radiography, the ability to promote a concept of the health care team, with an appreciation of each member of the team.
Radiologic Technology Program Overview and Handbook
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