The Radiologic Technology major trains students to be licensed X-Ray technologists. Licensed techs take images of the human body to help the doctor with a diagnosis.
Skills You Will Learn
What makes this major unique?
Radiology Technology combines the arts and sciences while immersed in technology. A satisfaction of producing images of the human body using digital technology and helping produce a tool that can help in the diagnosis of injuries and or diseases. Each day is different as technologists deal with a patient for a short amount of time with different circumstances.
Licensed Radiologic Technologists can immediately enter the workforce. Stepping stone to advancement in other imaging modalities such as Mammography, CT, MRI, Interventional Radiography, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, and Radiation Therapy.
A. REQUIRED CORE: 13 credits
English: 6 credits
Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning: 3 credits
Life and Physical Sciences: 4 credits
B. FLEXIBLE CORE: 7 credits**
To complete the degree requirements, students are advised to select the following:
** Additional Common Core courses will be required when transferring to a CUNY College.
*** The Prerequisite for SSN187 is waived for students in the Radiologic Technology program.
To complete the degree requirements from the Flexible Core, students are advised to select courses from the recommended course selections listed on the program website.
|HSF090 First Year Seminar for Health Sciences||0|
|SCX101 Radiologic Technology I||3|
|SCX102 Radiologic Technology II||3|
|SCX105 Radiologic Procedures I /w Lab||4|
|SCX106 Radiologic Procedures II /w Lab||4|
|SCX109 Clinical I||2|
|SCX110 Principles of Radiologic Exposure I||3|
|SCX111 Principles of Radiologic Exposure II||3|
|SCX119 Clinical II||2|
|SCX129 Clinical III||2|
|SCX201 Radiologic Technology III||3|
|SCX205 Radiologic Technology Procedures III with Lab||4|
|SCX209 Clinical IV||2|
|SCX219 Clinical V||2|
|SCX229 Clinical VI||2|
|SCX240 Cross Sectional Anatomy||1|
|SCX245 Pathology and Fracture Radiography||2|
|SCX250 Imaging Modalities I||3|
|SCX260 Film Evaluation and Critique||2|