What You’ll Learn
You’ll take a mixture of core technical and science courses, along with basic communications classes. Our instructors will teach you how to produce x-ray images, position patients for accurate imaging, administer special agents that produce greater contrast, and maintain strict standards for safety and quality control. In addition, develop your communication, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.
Help doctors diagnose injuries and disease by taking x-rays of patients.
Please note: students are required to complete 32 observation hours at three different clinical sites.
If you are currently working in Health Technologies these requirements may not apply. Please contact Deb Myers 740.386.4106 firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline is April 1.
- Radiologic Program Packet
- Radiologic Student Handbook
- Radiologic Admission Score Sheet
- Radiologic Advising Checklist
- Radiologic Observation Verification
- Radiologic Clinical Student Handbook
- What Will it Cost
- Grading System
- Radiologic Outcomes and Assessment Plan
- Radiologic Mission, Goals, Student Outcomes, and Assessments
- Career Outlooks
- Transfer Opportunity
- The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
- American Society of Radiologic Technologists
- Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists
- Radiologic Program Definition of Effectiveness Data
- Radiologic Program Effectiveness Data
- Understanding Program Effectiveness Data
- JRCERT Non-Compliance Allegations Reporting Form
- Advisory Committee Members
- NRC Regulatory Guide
After completing this program, you’ll receive an Associate of Applied Science Degree and be eligible to take the National Registry Examination, offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Accreditation Status : Accredited
The Associates degree radiography program at Marion Technical College is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The program’s current length of accreditation is 8 years. JRCERT contact information is:
The process of accreditation is a formalized review that assures that the College and individual programs meet stringent national standards of excellence. Individual program accreditation also ensures quality curriculum that enables graduates to qualify for applicable certification examinations and/or licensure’s.
Students who successfully complete MTC’s Radiography Program are eligible to take the National Registry Examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This is a multiple-choice situational exam administered via computer. Successful examination results allow individuals to use the R.T. (Registered Technologist) credential, as well as pursue advanced employment opportunities. Periodic renewal of this credential is required.
The ARRT Board reserves the right to deny admission to the ARRT examination if an individual has been convicted of a crime, including a felony, gross misdemeanor, misdemeanor, or drug-related arrest.
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