Associate of Applied Science in Radiographic Technology

An associate’s is the minimum requirement to enter the field of radiography.

This program is cohort based with a lock-step curriculum, and a fall start (currently accepting students for fall 2019). The program is full-time and can be finished in two years (74.5 credits), including summers (5 semesters). 

Course Credits
Fall One
College Writing I 4
College Math 3
Introductory Physics  3
Principles of Imaging I 3
Human Anatomy any Physiology I / Lab 4
Sociology of Health Care 3
 
Spring One
Radiation Protection 2
Radiographic Anatomy II 3
Radiographic Procedures I 4
Patient Care I 3
Principles of Imaging II 2
Radiation Physics I 2
Clinical Radiography I 1
 
Summer One
The World of Work 2
Clinical Radiography II 0.5
Biomedical Ethics 3
Radiographic Procedures II 4
 
Fall Two
Patient Care II 3
Radiographic Anatomy III 3
Clinical Radiography III 1.5
Radiographic Procedures III 4
Radiation Physics II 2
 
Spring Two
Advanced Imaging 3
Radiation Biology 3
Clinical Radiography IV 1.5
Comprehensive Review 4
Radiographic Pathology 3