Catalog 2010-2011, Final Edition 
    
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Catalog 2010-2011, Final Edition [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.


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(Associate of Applied Science Degree)
(PREAAS RT00/AAS RT00)

Location:

Allied Health Building, Room 203 970.339.6233

Program Chair:

Tracey Warner, AAS, RTR, 970.339.6420

Advisors:

Health Occupations advising core

Faculty:

Nan Cramer, 970.339.6334

Sheila Feller, 970.339.6324

Tracey Warner, 970.339.6420

Radiologic Technology Program Length: Requires minimum of five semesters PLUS 16 credits of General Education for Associate of Applied Science degree.

Entrance Requirements: This program is waitlisted and accepted cohorts enter the program ONLY in fall semester. A free orientation exists and is mandatory for waitlist placement. Students are considered for the program in order of their waitlist status. Final program ACCEPTANCE is based on successful completion of criteria that is discussed at the mandatory orientation. The following are required for this program and are a cost to the student: criminal background check with no disqualifying offenses, urinalysis, and immunizations (specific requirements subject to change). Contact Health Occupations advising core at 970.339.6251 for additional information.

Registration Requirement: RTE majors in the program must have radiography advisor’s signature on all registration forms each semester.

Potential Opportunities: The radiographer as part of the health care team is dedicated to the conservation of life and health and the discovery of existing disease.

This program is designed to train individuals in the art and science of Radiologic Technology.

Students successfully completing the program are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists competency examination that upon successful completion will allow the graduate to hold the status of Registered Technologist (R.T.).

NOTE: This program includes changes which are subject to approval by the Colorado Community College System. Courses listed are subject to change. Students can verify the course offerings from the program chair.

Degree Program

Radiologic Technology General Education Courses: A minimum of 16 semester credit hours of General Education Courses are required.

Prerequisites:


Total Prerequisite Credits: 10 to 12


Total General Education Credits: 16


Specific Courses:


Total credits: 13


Total credits: 13


Summer 1st Year:


Total credits: 7


Total credits: 12.5


Total Credits: 12.5


Total Specific to Radiology Program: 58


Total Credits for A.A.S. Degree: 74


Radiologic Technology Advisory Committee


Dan Dennie

Radiology Director
North Colorado Medical Center

Liz Fegley

Radiology Director
Poudre Valley Hospital

Cherlene Goodale

Radiology Director
McKee Medical Center

Lois Heater

Supervisor
Longmont United Hospital

Dr. Mark Howshar

Radiologist / Poudre Valley Hospital
Advanced Medical Imaging Consultants

Holly Knaub

Radiology Supervisor
Medical Center of the Rockies

Scott Mattes

Radiology Manager
North Colorado Medical Center

Debbie Mayer

Radiology Supervisor
McKee Medical Center

Melody Pierson

Radiology Supervisor
Poudre Valley Hospital

Jack Retzlaff

Radiology Director
Medical Center of the Rockies

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