Goal # 1: The students will demonstrate clinical (practicum) competency.
SLO 1.1 Students will develop cognitive understanding of positioning techniques
SLO 1.2 Students will demonstrate proper exposure factor selection
SLO 1.3 Students will demonstrate proper patient shielding techniques
Goal # 2: Students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
SLO 2.1 Students will evaluate and critique images for anatomy, positioning, and pathology.
SLO 2.2 Students will consider body habitus to allow for proper positioning during a barium study.
SLO 2.3 Students will incorporate learned radiation protection principles into the design of a radiography room.
Goal # 3: Students will learn about professional development in radiography.
SLO 3.1 Students will display an understanding of ARRT Code of Ethics principles
SLO 3.2 Students will understand the professional role of the radiographer
SLO 3.3 Students will identify professional organizations in radiologic technology
Goal # 4: Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
SLO 4.1 Students will effectively communicate pre-exam instructions
SLO 4.2 Students will demonstrate presentation skills
SLO 4.3 Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills
Program Effectiveness Measures
Students will pass the national certification examination on the 1st attempt
Students actively seeking employment in imaging will be gainfully employed within six months of graduation.
Students enrolled in the program in semester one will successfully complete the program.
Graduates will be satisfied with their quality of education and with the program in general.
Employers will be satisfied with the performance of newly hired graduate technologists