RAD - Radiologic Technology

RAD 101 Introduction to Radiography (2)

This course introduces radiologic technology with emphasis on orientation to the radiology department, ethics, and basic radiation protection.

RAD 102 Radiology Patient Care Proc (2)

This course provides a study of the procedures and techniques used in the care of the diagnostic imaging patient.

RAD 103 Intro to Computed Tomography (2)

This course is a study of the technological developments behind computed tomography, an overview of scanner components, terminology, data acquisition, digital imaging, image reconstruction, display and manipulations. Current applications will be explored, including patient screening, contract utilization and administration, contrast reactions and treatment, pediatrics, conscious sedation and monitoring, and radiation protection.

RAD 110 Radiographic Imaging I (3)

This course provides a detailed study of the parameters controlling radiation quality and quantity for radiographic tube operation and image production.

RAD 115 Radiographic Imaging II (3)

This course continues a detailed study of primary and secondary influencing factors and accessory equipment related to imaging.

RAD 130 Radiographic Procedures I (3)

This course provides an introduction to radiographic procedures. Positioning of the chest, abdomen, and extremities are included.

RAD 136 Radiographic Procedures II (3)

This course is a study of radiographic procedures for visualization of the structures of the body. Also study of the vertebral column and bony thorax.

RAD 153 Applied Radiography I (3)

This course introduces the clinical environment of the hospital by providing basic use of radiographic equipment and routine radiographic procedures.

RAD 165 Applied Radiography II (5)

This course includes the use of radiographic equipment and performance of radiographic procedures within the clinical environment of the hospital.

RAD 175 Applied Radiography III (5)

This course includes clinical education needed for building competence in performing radiographic procedures within the clinical environment.

RAD 201 Radiation Biology (2)

This course is a study of the principles of radiobiology and protection. It emphasizes procedures that keep radiation exposure to patients, personnel, and the population at large to a minimum.

RAD 205 Radiographic Pathology (2)

This course provides a survey of disease processes significant to the radiographer, including etiology, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment.

RAD 210 Radiographic Imaging III (3)

This course provides a detailed study of advanced methods and concepts of imaging, including radiology and the law, radiology management and venipuncture.

RAD 220 Selected Imaging Topics (3)

This course is a study of advanced topics unique to the radiological sciences.

RAD 230 Radiographic Procedures III (3)

This course is a study of special radiographic procedures.

RAD 256 Advanced Radiography I (6)

This course includes independently performing routine procedures in a radiology department, including involvement in advanced radiographic procedures.

RAD 268 Advanced Radiography II (8)

This course includes routine radiographic examinations, as well as advanced procedures, while continuing to build self-confidence in the clinical atmosphere.

RAD 278 Advanced Radiography III (8)

This course includes routine and advanced radiographic procedures in the clinical environment.