Note: A student must be formally admitted to the Radiologic Technology program before taking any RAD courses.
RADT 1260 Radiographic Practicum I Credit Hrs: 2
Co-Req: RADT 1390, RADT 1340, RADT 1380
This introduction course is designed for students to participate in radiographic examinations under approved supervision in the clinical setting. Experience in a variety of procedures will assist students in applying theory and developing specified levels of competence. Students will be engaged with the proper use of radiographic equipment, along with the development of skills in positioning, patient care, interpersonal communications, image analysis, and radiation safety practices. Competence at this introductory level will be evaluated and documented for a selected category of exams.
RADT 1315 Introduction to Radiography Credit Hrs: 3
Pre-Req: Acceptance to the Program
Co-Req: RADT 1330, RADT 1385
This course is a study of the legal and ethical aspects of the radiologic technology profession as well as an introduction to basic patient care techniques for various patient populations. An overall view of professional demands is also presented.
RADT 1330 Radiographic Procedures I Credit Hrs: 3
Co-Req: Program Courses
This course is an introduction to the basic principles of positioning as applied to radiographic imaging. Topics include general procedural considerations, anatomical landmarks, and factor selection for each unit of instruction or radiographic study covered in the course.
RADT 1340 Radiographic Proc II w/Lab Credit Hrs: 3
Co-Req: RADT 1390, RADT 1260, RADT 1380
This course provides a continuation of Radiographic Procedures I concerning the principles of positioning as applied to radiographic imaging. Topics include general procedural considerations, anatomical landmarks, and factor selection for each unit of instruction or radiographic study covered in the course.
RADT 1380 Prin Radiation Physics w/Lab Credit Hrs: 3
Co-Req: RADT 1390, RADT 1260, RADT 1340
This course is an in-depth study of concepts of radiation physics. Emphasis will be placed on the x-ray tube, circuitry, production and emission, as well as photon interaction with matter.
RADT 1385 Radiographic Equip Operations Credit Hrs: 3
Co-Req: Program Courses
This is an introductory course that discusses the role of radiographic equipment operation. It will provide the basic material necessary to identify the necessity of radiation protection, digital imaging supplies, equipment, and principles of radiation production.
RADT 1390 Principles Image Acquisition Credit Hrs: 3
Co-Req: RADT 1260, RADT 1340, RADT 1380
This course is a study of factors impacting the creation and recording of the radiographic image. Topics include basic principles of radiographic techniques, image production, and exposure.
RADT 2250 Advanced Patient Care Credit Hrs: 2
This course is a study of various aspects of patient care during advanced radiographic procedures. Adaptation to patient populations and conditions, as well as critical thinking, will be emphasized.
RADT 2335 Radiographic Proc IV w/Lab Credit Hrs: 3
Co-Req: RAD 2360
This course provides an introduction to advanced procedures and speciality imaging areas. Topics include myelography, CT, MRI, radiation therapy, ultrasound, and interventional radiography.