Additional information available on the Radiologic Technology /PPSC Collaborative Program Department website.
Recommended basic skills courses are
- College Readiness in English
- College Readiness for Quantitative Literacy for MAT 107
- College Readiness for Algebra for MAT 121
This collaborative program offers the student the opportunity to earn an AAS Degree in Radiologic Technology.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Radiology degree program, students should be able to
- Use proper positioning skills
- Practice patient safety
- Communicate in the healthcare arena both orally and in writing
- Complete radiological exams under various conditions.
The student will fulfill the PPSC residency requirements ideally with the pre-requisite courses. If any or all of the pre-requisite courses are transferred to PPSC, then to fulfill the residency course work, the student must choose up to 15 credit hours from the electives course list below. These courses will assist in the selection process to the Memorial program. They will apply to the Memorial program. There is no guarantee of admission. Upon completion of the program, the Memorial program coursework will be transferred back to PPSC for 57 hours. The student will then be awarded the degree. Students must meet the minimum credit requirement of 75 credits for this degree. A&P classes must have an in-class lab section and completed within 7 years.