Undergraduate Programs

Student Learning Outcomes
Radiography, A.S.
Goals for the Associate Degree in Radiography Program
  1. Graduates will be clinically competent.
  2. Graduates will communicate effectively in the healthcare environment.
  3. Graduates will think critically and apply problem-solving skills in the healthcare environment.
  4. Graduates will have knowledge of the value of professional development and growth.
  5. Students will graduate and will be qualified to work as entry-level radiologic technologists. 
Outcomes for the Associate Degree in Radiography Program

At appropriate points during the radiography program, the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate appropriate knowledge of radiographic procedures [goal 1].
  2. Apply radiographic positioning skills effectively [goal 1].
  3. Determine appropriate technical factors [goal 1].
  4. Apply principles of radiation protection for patient, self, and others [goal 1].
  5. Demonstrate overall competence in performance of radiographic procedures [goal 1].
  6. Use effective oral communication skills with clinical staff and patients [goal 2].
  7. Demonstrate effective written communication skills. [goal 2].
  8. Evaluate images and make appropriate adjustments to  technical factors or procedure [goal 3].
  9. Adapt positioning for trauma patients [goal 3].
  10. Determine the importance of continued professional development [goal 4].
  11. Attend professional meetings [goal 4].

At the completion of the radiography program, the graduate will:

  1. Pass the ARRT national certification on the 1st attempt [goal 5].
  2. Be gainfully employed within 6 months post-graduation, if pursuing employment [goal 5].
  3. Complete the program within 22 months [goal 5].
  4. Be satisfied with their education [goal 5].

March 13, 2012