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Degree Program
Program Description
The Radiologic Technology associate degree program is a sequence of courses that prepares students for positions in Radiologic departments and related businesses and industries. Learning opportunities develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. The program emphasizes a combination of didactic and clinical instruction necessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive a Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree, and are eligible to sit for the national certification exam to become a registered radiologic technologist. The exam is administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist.
Program Specific Information
See Program Webpage for Admission Dates and specific program information.

Additional Admittance Requirements:
See Program Webpage for specific program entrance requirements.

The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (20 N. Walker Dr., Suite 2850, Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182, Phone (312) 704-5300. Lanier Technical College proudly announces that the accreditation of its Radiologic Technology Program has been renewed for a period of eight years (the maximum length the JRCERT awards).
Admissions Requirements
• Must be 18 years of age.
• High school diploma or GED is required prior to admission.
  (Official transcripts or GED scores must be submitted from all colleges and/or high schools attended for credit.)
• ASSET Testing, or submit SAT, ACT, CPE, or COMPASS test scores.
• Program Length: 6 Semesters; Campus Availability: Oakwood.
Financial Aid
This program is eligible for the Pell Grant, and may be eligible for Institutional and State Financial Aid. Contact a Financial Aid Counselor for eligibility requirements and application materials.
General Education Core
Area I - Language Arts/Communications
ENGL1101Composition & Rhetoric3
Area II - Social/Behavioral Sciences
ECON1101Principles of Economics - OR -3
ECON2105Macroeconomics - OR -(3)
ECON2106Microeconomics - OR -(3)
HIST1111World History I - OR -(3)
HIST1112World History II - OR -(3)
HIST2111U.S. History I - OR -(3)
HIST2112U.S. History II - OR -(3)
POLS1101American Government - OR -(3)
PSYC1101Introductory Psychology - OR -(3)
SOCI1101Introduction to Sociology (3)
Area III - Natural Sciences/Mathematics
MATH1111College Algebra - OR -3
MATH1101Mathematical Modeling (3)
Area IV - Humanities/Fine Arts
ENGL2130American Literature - OR -3
HUMN1101Intro to Humanities - OR -(3)
MUSC1101Music Appreciation (3)
Program-Specific Requirements
XXX xxx General Education Core Elective3
Program Specific Core (62 semester hours)
BIOL2113Anatomy & Physiology I 3
BIOL2113LAnatomy & Physiology I Lab 1
BIOL2114Anatomy & Physiology II 3
BIOL2114LAnatomy & Physiology II Lab 1
ALHS1090Medical Terminology for ALHS 2
RADT1010Introduction to Radiology 4
RADT1030Radiographic Procedures I 3
RADT1060Radiographic Procedures II 3
RADT1065Radiologic Science 2
RADT1075Radiographic Imaging 4
RADT1085Radiologic Equipment 3
RADT1200Principles/Rad Bio/Protection 2
RADT1320Clinical Radiography I 4
RADT1330Clinical Radiography II 7
RADT2090Radiographic Procedures III 2
RADT2260Radiologic Technology Review 3
RADT2340Clinical Radiography III 6
RADT2360Clinical Radiography IV 9

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