Be part of a field that offers faster than average employment growth.
On site laboratory to practice radiographic positioning skills.
Faculty members and students attend the annual West Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologists (WVSRT) Conference, participate in the Student Bowl, and are part of a campus organization, Student Radiologic Technologist Association.
Program is fully accredited.
The Associate's Degree of Radiologic Technology program at the University of Charleston is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). JRCERT contact information is:
20 North Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182
Web: www.jrcert.orgProgram Information/JRCERT WebPage
The radiologic technology program offers you the opportunity to become part of a fast growing profession. You will not only develop technical expertise, but also additional skills, including effective communication, critical thinking, clinical competence and professionalism. Upon meeting program completion requirements, you will be eligible to apply for the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (AART) examination.
The curriculum includes 20 hours of general studies and 48 hours of radiologic technology. It incorporates both didactic and clinical education components. You will be able to practice most radiographic procedures on campus in our lab (similar to that found in hospital settings), and take part in direct patient contact during the clinical components of the program.
This program is selective – one class per year is accepted for spring semester entry. It is strongly recommended that your application be received no later than September 15. Applicants who have completed their prerequisites at UC and are otherwise qualified for the program are given preference. Students must gain general admission to the University of Charleston, have qualifying grade point average, and must pass a technical standards evaluation as well.
Admission to the program is selective. Acceptance to University of Charleston and meeting program admission requirements do not guarantee admission to the program. The program accepts one class a year for spring semester entry.
It is strongly recommended that applications be received no later than September 15. Qualifying applicants who apply before that date may be given preference over other applicants, at the discretion of the University. Those who apply after that date will be considered until the class is filled.
Applicants who have completed their prerequisites at University of Charleston and are otherwise qualified for the program are given preference over those who are transferring prerequisites from other colleges or universities.
Admission as a transfer student requires a GPA of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale based on at least 13 credit hours (excluding courses considered developmental or remedial) from an institution of higher learning, including at least 3 hours of mathematics and 4 hours of sciences, both with a minimum grade of C.
The final phase of admission requires passing a technical standards evaluation. Students must be physically able to perform the following tasks to function competently in the field of radiologic technology:
Reasonable accommodations are made for applicants with the proper documentation of a disabling condition.
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Student Learning Outcomes:
Student Learning Outcomes:
Most radiologic technologists work in hospitals, physicians' offices and in medical and diagnostic laboratories. They can also specialize in a particular examination technique, such as mammography or bone density.
Other options include radiology department manager, teacher, researcher.
Director of Radiologic Technology304-352-0066 firstname.lastname@example.org
Clinical Coordinator/Instructor 304-352-0062 email@example.com