RADT 400 Orientation 2.0 units
RADT 408 Observation 0.5 units
RADT 410 Radiographic Positioning 4.0 units
PHYS 405 Radiation Physics 3.0 units
RADT 418 Clinical Education I 4.0 units
RADT 415 Rad Protection & Biology 3.0 units
RADT 420 Radiographic Positioning II 4.0 units
RADT 428 Clinical Education II 5.0 units
RADT 430 Principals of Rad Exposure 3.5 units
RADT 438 Clinical Education III 2.5 units
RADT 474 Venipuncture for Contrast Media Administration 1.0 units
RADT 435 Imaging Equipment & Q.C. 1.5 units
RADT 440 Advanced Imaging 4.0 units
RADT 441 Sectional Anatomy 1.5 units
RADT 448 Clinical Ed. IV 6.5 units
RADT 442 Radiographic Pathology 1.5 units
RADT 450 Registry Review 1.5 units
RADT 458 Clinical Ed. V 7.0 units
RADT 468 Clinical Ed. VI 5.0 units
NOTE: Current CPR for health providers and approved by the American Heart Association is required for clinical education assignments. Completion of general education and other graduation requirements is necessary for A.S. degree.
Completion of the program will allow you to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and State of California examination, certification, and licensure in Radiology Technology (CRT).
All students begin at the same level. There are no provisions for advanced placement in the Radiologic Technology Program. The program does not accept transfer students from other Radiologic Technology Programs.
Official transcripts and clinical records documenting exams performed and clinical hours are made available to currently enrolled students who wish to transfer to another Radiologic Technology Program.