Radiologic Technology, Associate in Applied Science
The Radiologic Technology program prepares students for entry-level positions as radiographers (X-ray technologists). Student must attend full-time and satisfy both the didactic and clinical components to successfully complete the program.
The program is accredited by the
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL, 60606-3182
Phone number: 312-704-5300
Students learn to use complex X-ray and image processing equipment designed to record images which aid radiologists in diagnosing various health problems.
Persons interested in this program should be comfortable working with and caring for people from diverse backgrounds. They should be able to meet the academic and physical demands of the program that require a commitment of time, effort and motivation.
Students are required to complete a health history, immunization record, physical exam, essential functions acknowledgment form and drug and criminal background check prior to the first day of class. Students not passing the criminal background check and/or drug screen may be prohibited from participating in clinical education. This will prevent the student from being able to complete all program requirements for graduation.
Completion of college level medical terminology course (HIT 101 Medical Terminology or equivalent) is highly recommended.
To graduate a grade of C or better is required for all math and science courses and all courses in the area of concentration.
Graduates are eligible to sit for the national certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Employment is available in hospital radiology departments, clinics, imaging centers, outpatient surgery centers and physician offices.
The following must be completed prior to applying for admission into the Radiologic Technology program:
- MTH 050 Mathematical Literacy
- BIO 111 Introductory Biology I or two semesters of high school biology with labs.
- Math and science cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
- Math and science courses must be completed within five calendar years of entering the program.
- Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Interested in this program? Start the enrollment process by visiting stlcc.edu/enroll.
Program of Study
|ENG 101||College Composition I||3|
|COM 101||Oral Communication I||3|
|MTH 140||Intermediate Algebra (or higher) 1||3|
|BIO 207||Anatomy and Physiology I 2||4|
|BIO 208||Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|PSY 200||General Psychology||3|
|XXX xxx||Missouri State Requirement||3|
|XRT 101||Radiographic Procedures I||4|
|XRT 102||Radiographic Procedures II||3|
|XRT 103||Radiographic Procedures III||3|
|XRT 104||Principles of Radiographic Exposure I||3|
|XRT 105||Principles of Radiographic Exposure II||3|
|XRT 107||Radiologic Physics I||2|
|XRT 108||Radiologic Physics II||2|
|XRT 111||Clinical Education I||2|
|XRT 112||Clinical Education II||2|
|XRT 116||Clinical Education III||3|
|XRT 121||Radiographic Image Evaluation I||2|
|XRT 122||Radiographic Image Evaluation II||2|
|XRT 207||Radiologic Pathology||2|
|XRT 208||Advanced Imaging Modalities||2|
|XRT 211||Radiologic Technology Review||3|
|XRT 212||Professional Development in Radiography||2|
|XRT 213||Clinical Education IV||3|
|XRT 214||Clinical Education V||3|
|XRT 215||Clinical Education VI||2|
|Total Credit Hours||73|