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Degrees & Certificates

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

Associate of Science Degree

(Program: 122500 State Code:02749)

Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Position the patient to demonstrate the requested anatomy required by the physician to show the presence or absence of disease.
  2. Effectively and efficiently assess the patient's condition and communicate relative information to doctors, the patient, family members, and other hospital staff.
  3. Administer ionizing radiation, ethically and judiciously, to the patient following the principle of "as low as reasonably achievable."
  4. Employ patient care practices based on acceptable ethical behavior and established standards within their scope of practice.
  5. Pass the registration and licensing examinations offered by state and national accrediting organizations.
  6. The student will be able to pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technology examination in Radiography.
 MAJOR: 19 COURSES | 89 UNITS | AS
Radiologic Technology – Clinical Education
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Students will perform radiographic procedures and produce quality images.
  2. Students will apply radiation safety and protection for patients, themselves, and others.
  3. Students will utilize effective communication with patients and colleagues in the clinical environment.
Radiologic Technology – Fluoroscopy
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Students will identify and describe various ways of maintaining quality control in fluoroscopy.
  2. Students will examine fluoroscopy images for correct positioning, centering, appropriate anatomy, and overall image quality.
  3. Students will differentiate fluoroscopic examinations from static diagnostic radiographic examinations.
Radiologic Technology - Patient Care
Skills Certificate
Program Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Students will analyze acute changes in the patient’s condition and take appropriate interventional action.
  2. Students will employ the techniques of body mechanics necessary for safe transport, transfer, and positioning of patients.
  3. Students will examine changes in a patient's condition that would signal an emergency requiring immediate care.

For detailed information about each of the above Degrees & Certificates:

 

College Catalog  Course Descriptions  Class Schedules

 Contact Us

(323) 953-4000 ext. 2940

Israel Fonseca
Program Director
RT 3A
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2942

Arturo Alfaro
Didactic Instructor
RT 9
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2944

Julie Washenik
Clinical Coordinator
RT 4
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2941

Richard Sayer
Clinical Coordinator
RT 4
(323) 953-4000 ext. 2940

 Office Hours

Hours vary by semester and are posted on the office door of each faculty member.

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