Courses

Certificate in Radiography

Program coursework incorporates the national curriculum established by the The American Society of Radiologic Technologists and includes all didactic and clinical competencies required for eligibility for The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists examination.

Course topics include:
Ethics and Law; Medical Terminology; Patient Care; Human Structure and Function; Radiographic Procedures; Imaging and Processing; Imaging Equipment; Image Analysis; Production and Characteristics of Radiation; Radiation Protection; Radiation Biology; Radiographic Pathology; Pharmacology and Drug Administration

First Professional Year

 Summer Session I

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 210 Radiographic Procedures I

RS Only

4

RADG 212 Patient Care in Radiology

RS Only

3

 Summer Session II

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 211 Basic Imaging Physics

RADG 210- 212

4

RADG 323 Radiobiology and Radiation Protection

RADG 210- 212

3

 Fall 

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 214 Anatomy and Physiology

RADG 210, 212

3

RADG 215 Radiographic Procedures II

RADG 210,323

4

RADG 216 Image Production

RADG 211,323

4

RADG 217 Clinical I

RADG 210,211, 212,323

4

Spring 

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 325 Radiographic Pathology I

RADG 210,212, 214,217

3

RADG 218 Radiographic Procedures III

 RADG 210, 215

4

RADG 219 Clinical Education II

RADG 217

4

RADG 220 Image Analysis RADG 211,216, 323 3

Second Professional Year

 Summer Session I (Second Year)

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 329 Pharmacology and Ethics

RADG 323- 326, 329

4

 Summer Session II (Second Year)

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 326 Clinical Education III

RADG 217,219

4

Fall Semester (Second Year)

Prerequisites

Credit Hrs.

RADG 327 Radiographic Pathology II

 RADG 215

3

RADG 328 Digital Imaging

RADG 323-326,

2

RADG 330 Seminar in Radiography Practice

RADG 211-220, 323-326

3

RADG 331 Clinical Education V

RADG 217,219, 326

4