Radiologic Technology, AS
This program leads to an Associate of Science (AS) degree in Radiologic Technology, with graduates eligible to apply for examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The program features general education as well as radiologic technology courses. The program provides a balance of on-campus courses, labs and clinical education. Approximately twenty-four students are accepted for the fall of each year.
The Radiologic Technology (Radiographer) program is focused on development of qualified medical imaging technologists who provide optimum patient care through competency and professional conduct.
Program Goals (External Accreditation)
- Students and graduates will demonstrate clinical competence.
- Students will utilize critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
- Students will evaluate the significance of professional growth and development.
- Students will be able to communicate effectively.
The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
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Washburn University Assessment – Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the program students will be able to:
- PSLO 1: Demonstrate the ability to comprehend, apply and evaluate medical information relevant to the professional radiologic technology.
- PSLO 2: Demonstrate the technical proficiency in all skills necessary to fulfill the professional discipline of radiologic technology.
- PSLO 3: Demonstrate professional behavior consistent with graduate expectations in the profession of radiologic technology.
Radiologic Technology Student Organization
Students who are enrolled in the radiologic technology program have the opportunity to join the Radiologic Technology Student Organization (RTSO). The purpose of the RTSO is to create an awareness of the radiologic technology program to the University and community, to maintain communication with alumni and other Kansas programs, and to engage in campus, community and professional organization activities to further the knowledge of the practice of radiologic technology.
This program has special admission requirements due to limited enrollment, which includes Introduction to Anatomy. Interested students should contact the Allied Health Department for specific requirements or visit http://www.washburn.edu/xray.
|Required Major Courses|
|AL 120||Radiographic Procedures & Patient Care I (plus lab)||3|
|AL 121||Radiographic Procedures & Patient Care II (plus lab)||3|
|AL 130||Radiographic Exposure I (plus lab)||3|
|AL 131||Radiographic Exposure II (plus lab)||3|
|AL 134||Radiology Clinical I||3|
|AL 135||Radiology Clinical II||3|
|AL 220||Radiographic Procedures III||2|
|AL 230||Radiologic Equipment Operation||2|
|AL 231||Radiation Protection & Biological Effects||2|
|AL 236||Radiology Clinical III||3|
|AL 237||Radiology Clinical IV||4|
|AL 238||Radiology Clinical V||4|
|AL 321||Advanced Radiographic Imaging||2|
|BI 230||Introduction to Human Physiology||3|
|or BI 255||Human Physiology|
|BI 250||Introduction to Human Anatomy||3|
|or BI 275||Human Anatomy|
|AL 101||Foundations of Healthcare||3|
|AL 320||Human Disease||3|
See Table of Contents for University Requirements and General Education Requirements.