The Radiography Program at Tulsa Community College is a six-semester curriculum designed to provide students the opportunity to become ARRT registered Radiographers capable of providing excellent patient care, medical images and service to their community.
Program graduates will pass the registry exam for Radiography administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
Program graduates will become successfully employed in medical imaging.
Program graduates will possess the level of knowledge necessary for professional growth.
Program graduates will be clinically competent.
- Position patients
- Deliver appropriate patient care
- Operate radiographic equipment
- Employ radiation protection practices
- Understand radiation exposure guidelines
Program graduates will demonstrate critical thinking/problem solving skills.
- Evaluate radiographic images
- Select exposure factors
- Perform non-routine exams
Program graduates will demonstrate professional growth and development.
- Understand the function of professional organizations
- Demonstrate professional behaviors
- make ethical decisions
- Conduct lab research projects
Goal # 4Graduates will demonstrate effective communication skills.
- Communicate with patients
- Present an oral report
- Make a presentation
- Use professional terminology