Radiography Technology

Career and Technical Program

Radiography Technology
Radiography Technology
Radiography Technology
Radiography Technology
Radiography Technology
Radiography Technology
Radiography Technology

The Radiography Technology program prepares students to become a radiography technologist and member of a health care team. The program integrates knowledge from the biological sciences, social sciences, and math with the theory and practice of radiography technology to prepare students as entry-level technologists. Upon successful completion of this program students will graduate with an Associate of Applied Science Degree and be eligible to become certified by taking the registry examination of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The Radiography Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Inquiries can be made by contacting JRCERT at 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182 or (312) 704-5300 or mail@jrcert.org. 


Please note: The next cohort start for this program is Fall 2019.



Admission Requirements

Competitive Entry 
  1. High school diploma or GED.
  2. Application to the Radiography Technology program. 
  3. Minimum grades of C/2.0 must be earned in each of the prerequisite courses required for the program.
    Minimum Prerequisites Needed to Apply
    • BIOL-227 (Human Anatomy & Physiology I)
    • BIOL-228 (Human Anatomy & Physiology II)
    • CAOT-179 (Medical Terminology)
    Additional Courses Assigned Points in the Admissions Process
    • ENGL-101 (English Composition)
    • COMM-101 (Intro to Speech Communications)
    • PSYC-101 (Intro to Psychology) or SOC-101 (Intro to Sociology)
    • MATH-143* (College Algebra)
    * Mathematics requirement includes any math course that is MATH-143 or higher and fulfills the A.A.S. degree requirements as listed in the NIC catalog.
  4. Transfer Students Prerequisite Courses: Transcripts for all prerequisite courses not completed at NIC must be sent to the NIC Admissions Office. The NIC Admissions Office will determine if previous college prerequisites will be acceptable for transfer.
  5. All lab science courses which were completed more than seven years prior to application must be repeated. 
  6. Minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50 calculated on all courses which meet the curriculum requirements. 
  7. A criminal background check will be required upon acceptance. Violations may result in denied access to clinical sites and therefore inability to complete the program. For questions regarding specific violations, please contact the program director.

Contact

Brian Parker
Health Professions Advisor
(208) 625-2320
brian.parker@nic.edu

Matthew Nolan
Program Director/Instructor
(208) 676-7133
matthew.nolan@nic.edu

 

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