Schoolcraft program code #AAS.00283
Radiologic Technology is an area of medicine that uses ionizing radiation to provide diagnostic images of a patient’s body under the supervision of a Radiologist. Radiologic technologists learn to position patients for xray exams, provide radiation safety for patients and others, and produce a quality diagnostic image. The curriculum features a combination of didactic coursework, hands-on lab work, and supervised clinical experience providing a solid foundation in the field of Radiology services.
The Radiologic Technology program provides the knowledge that will enable students to enter the workforce as entry-level technologists. The didactic and clinical learning experiences require approximately 40 hours of participation per week in the second year of the program. Educational facilities located within Schoolcraft College include state-of art classroom and clinical training resources designed to promote an exceptional educational experience.
Successful completion of the program requirements qualifies the student to take the national credential examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, A.R.R.T. Satisfactory achievement of this examination qualifies the graduate to practice as a Registered Radiologic Technologist, R.T.(R).
The mission of the Schoolcraft College Radiologic Technology program is to serve the community by providing an education setting where students will receive the essential foundation for a career in radiology science. Graduates will exemplify qualities of excellence in patient care, professionalism, safety, and ethical behavior thereby enhancing the healthcare experience of the patients we serve.
- Students will exemplify clinical competency.
- Students will demonstrate critical thinking during radiographic examinations.
- Students will promote professionalism and lifelong learning.
- Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
This program requires a special admissions process. Contact the Admissions and Welcome Center at 734-462-4426/ firstname.lastname@example.org or the Advising Department at 734-462-4429 (option 4)/email@example.com to complete an application.
Students who satisfactorily complete the program requirements with a minimum of a 3.0 grade in each Radiology, Mathematics, Biology, and Physics class will qualify for an associate in applied science degree.
Not all courses are offered each semester. Students should work with an academic advisor to develop a schedule that will work for them. Students planning to transfer should check the transfer institution’s requirements/guides or discuss their options with an academic advisor. Number of credits may vary depending on the course selection.