- About Rad Tech
- Application Deadline
- Application Process
- Career Exploration
- Prerequisite Courses
- Course List & Program Costs
- Program Schedule
- Program Director
- Allied Health Counselor
Special Admissions Office
Dulce Carolina Lopez
Welcome to the Radiologic Technology Department's Home Page.
The mission of the Radiologic Technology Program is to prepare qualified medical imaging practitioners who uphold the highest level of ethical patient care while demonstrating excellent clinical and technical practices. (click on link) Mission / Goals / Outcomes
Please review program information located on the left side of this page for:
- application deadline & application process
- prerequisite course requirements
- program costs
- course list & clinical hours
- clinical eligibility
- background check, drug screen & immunization requirements
Radiologic Technology Manuals:
CALIFORNIA STATE REGULATIONS:
Radiologic Technology updates
Career Exploration is no longer a requirement for program admission. Please see Career Exploration for more details and explanation.
NEW Math Update:
The program math requirement is Math 92 Applied Beginning Algebra or
Math 96 Intermediate Algebra & Geometry or any College level Math.
MATH 15C Intermediate Algebra & Geometry may be taken if your math is beyond 5 years.
No waivers on Prerequisite courses will be issued for courses beyond the five-year time limit. Please contact Nick DeMeo in the counseling office email@example.com
NEW RADT Admission Requirements:
The Chemistry prerequisite has been removed for the 2020 application.
COMS 135 Interpersonal Communication is recommended, but COMS 103 Oral Communication & COMS 180 Intercultural Communication or equivalent course will be accepted.
Required RADT Summer Class:
As of 2015, all students who receive conditional acceptance into the program must enroll in and successfully pass the Summer RADT 050 (Concepts in Imaging Technology) class, in order to proceed with the 24-month program.
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Accreditation
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
JRCERT; 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606
Telephone 312-704-5300; Fax 312-704-5304; E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org ).
- Applications Accepted in 2018, 2020, 2022, etc. (every other year):
- Application Opens 1st Monday in February & Closes 1st Monday in March
- See Information TABS for exact calendar dates, which vary from year to year
The Radiologic Technology (RADT) program is a 24-month program that prepares and qualifies graduates to become nationally certified and registered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT; www.arrt.org ). Didactic, laboratory and clinical training includes operation of radiographic and fluoroscopic equipment, exposure and image analysis, radiation safety, positioning patients, ethics and clinical patient care. Graduates will obtained California fluoroscopic and venipuncture training within the program. Beginning in 2015, all ARRT candidates must possess an associate degree or higher (in any field or area), in addition to the successful completion of the 24-month program, to be eligible to take the ARRT exam. Currently, the admissions process accepts students on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please see the side bar located on the upper left side for more program details and application information.
For Information Session dates and times, click here: Allied Health