Welcome to the Radiologic Technology Program
Associate in Science Degree
This program is accredited by the:
Joint Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
Phone ( 312) 704-5300
Current Articulation Agreement:
Saint Josephs College
The Radiologic Technology program provides education and training to individuals interested in the field of medical imaging. A Radiologic Technologist, or Radiographer, is a scientific artist who works as part of the health care team. With this art they contribute to the diagnostic treatment of the patient. They assist the Radiologist and are responsible for the accurate demonstration of body structures on a radiograph or other image receptor. The Radiologic Technologist determines the proper exposure factor, manipulates medical imaging equipment, and evaluates the radiographic images for quality assurance. The Radiologic Technologist combines advanced medical technology with human compassion.
Radiologic Technology is one of the allied health professions that can offer a variety of career paths. Employment opportunities may include hospitals, physician offices, imaging centers, as well as traveling opportunities.
The mission of the Radiologic Technology program at Kennebec Valley Community College is to educate and train competent Radiologic Technologists who will provide service to patients using safe radiation practices to produce the required images needed for medical diagnosis. The program offers students experience with the most recent imaging advancements and new technological modalities in the medical field.
Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes:
1. Goal: Students will be clinically competent.
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate appropriate positioning skills
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will select appropriate technical factors
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will practice radiation safety.
2. Goal: Students will demonstrate communication skills.
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate oral communication skills
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate written communication skills.
3. Goal: Students will develop critical thinking skills.
- Student Learning Outcome: Students adapt routine procedures for non-routine patients.
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will critique images to determine diagnostic quality.
4. Goal: Students will model professionalism.
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will demonstrate work ethics.
- Student Learning Outcome: Students will summarize the value of life-long learning.
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