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Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

 

Locations:  Luverne. Links to:
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Prepares students to gain knowledge and skills necessary to perform various radiologic procedures through didactic, laboratory and clinical experiences and carries out these functions under the supervision of a Registered Radiologic Technologist.  Instruction in x-ray procedures, equipment operation, patient care, and CT imaging included.

Application deadline for the Fall 2016 Radiologic Technology program is December 18, 2015.

COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Human Biology OR 3
Principles of Biology 4
Medical Terminology 2
Anatomy 4
  Total Prerequisites 9
  Fall - Year 1  
Physiology 4
Developmental Psychology 3
Algebra 3
Radiological Procedures I 3
Intro to Radiography & Patient Care 3
Healthcare and Society 1
  Total Credits Fall - Year 1 17
  Spring Year 1  
Radiological Procedures II 3
Radiological Exposures I 3
Clinical Radiography I 7
  Credits Spring - Year 1 13
  Summer - Year 1  
Clinical Radiography II 8
Radiological Procedures III 3
Composition 3
  Credits Summer - Year 1 14
  Fall - Year 2  
Clinical Radiography III 8
Radiological Equipment 5
Radiologic Exposures II 3
  Credits Fall - Year 2 16
  Spring - Year 2  
Principles of Radiobiology 3
Radiological Pathology 2
Clinical Radiography IV 8
  Credits Spring - Year 2 13
  Summer - Year 2  
Board Review 2
  Credits Summer - Year 2 2
  TOTAL CREDITS 84


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Updated: si 4/3/14