The Radiologic Technology program is an intensive program which prepares students to become skilled professionals in performing imaging examinations and accompanying responsibilities. Students receive clinical experience in radiology departments of health care affiliates located throughout Northwest and North Central Iowa. The program provides the students with entry level skills consistent with career opportunities nationwide.
Program Mission Statement: The Radiologic Technology program prepares students to become skilled entry level diagnostic Radiologic Technologist. The program provides an excellent learning environment while preparing students for this profession.
Program Requirements: Students must earn a grade of a "C" or better in all Radiologic Technology program of study courses and meet the necessary prerequisites to progress in the program. The student must complete the program with a grade point average of 2.0 or better. The student must complete all radiology specific courses within three years.
Student Responsibilities: Students receive clinical experience in a variety of clinical settings. A medical health form, certification in basic cardiac life support, and other immunization requirements must be completed prior to attending clinical. Transportation to the clinical site is the student's responsibility. Uniforms are purchased by the student and worn to clinical. Graduates of the program are academically eligible to take the exam administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Upon successful completion of this exam, they become a Registered Radiologic Technologist R.T. (R) All radiology students must complete a Criminal Record/Child and Adult Abuse Check prior to attending clinical. Students with a felony or misdemeanor conviction must notify the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists prior to entering the program, to ensure they are eligible to take the Registry's Examination.
Accreditation: The Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, Illinois, 60606-3182. Telephone number: 312-704-5300.
Admission Requirements: This program is a selective, limited enrollment program. Students who would like to be considered for admission must complete an additional application packet. Students must also be enrolled in, or have previously completed any pre-requisites of the program with a "C" or higher before they will be considered for the program. Students must submit proof of their enrollment in/or completion prior to the application deadline. The following criteria is required for applicants: a minimum of a high school diploma (GPA 2.5), equivalent GED (score of 550) or HiSET (score of 15); a college GPA of 2.0 if 8 credit hours or more of college level credit have been completed; ALEKS score of 30 or higher; and ACT scores of 18 in reading and English, Accuplacer Classic scores of 66 in reading comprehension and 74 in sentence skills (or WritePlacer of 5), or Accuplacer Next Gen. scores of 250 in reading comprehension and 250 in sentence skills (or WritePlacer of 5). High school Biology, Algebra, English, and Chemistry are highly recommended.
Enrollment Date: Fall Semester
Minimum Required Credits: 85
Campus: Fort Dodge
Department: Health Science
Iowa Central is partnering with the University of Iowa in the radiation sciences to offer Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound (US) internships. The agreement will allow students to receive their clinical education through Iowa Central while taking classes online through the University of Iowa. Students will receive a certificate upon successful completion of the program. Students have the opportunity to continue and complete a Bachelors degree online from the University of Iowa. See program coordinator or Iowa Central website for internship application.
Summer Session (required)
Summer Session (required 9 Week session)
AAS Degree Total Hours: 85
Computer electives must be chosen from the prefixes BCA or CSC.
Program Requirement: The student must complete all Radioogy core courses (RAD) within three years.
Graduation Requirement: Must pass all program courses with a "C" or better.
Students may extend the Radiologic Technology Program over three years by taking the Arts and Science courses the first year and the Radiologic Technology courses during the second and third years.
Electives: ENG 106 , CHM 110 , CHM 111 , SPC 112 , FLS 111 , PEC 127 , PEC 121 , SOC 110 , ART 101
Footnotes for Degree Requirements:
1 Required general education course.
2 Required elective course.
3 Institutional requirement.
4 May be substituted with a course from the same category on the General Education Course List .
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