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Goals & Outcomes

The Goals and Learning Outcomes of the
Radiologic Technology Program


Goal: Students will successfully perform procedures consistent with entry level requirements of a registered radiologic technologist.

  • Learning Outcome: Students will apply positioning skills accurately.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will select appropriate technical factors.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will accurately utilize radiation protection.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate proficiency in performing radiographic exams.

 

Goal: Students will communicate effectively in oral and written form with patients and members of the health care team.

  • Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate oral communication skills.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate written communication skills.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will display interpersonal skills with patients & staff.

    

Goal: Students will effectively utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills in the practice of radiologic technology.

  • Learning Outcome: Students will critique images for radiographic quality.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will identify the best method of treatment for a given case.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will adapt positioning for trauma patients.

 

Goal: Students will determine the value of professional growth and development and conduct themselves in a professional manner.

  • Learning Outcome: Students will determine the importance of continued professional development.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will analyze ethical dilemmas concerning professional behavior.
  • Learning Outcome: Students will identify professional conduct as seen in the clinical setting.


Goal: Students will successfully complete all academic requirements for the associate degree in Radiologic Technology toward the practice of radiologic technology.

  • Learning Outcome: Students will successfully complete assessment exams on the first attempt.