RADT 102 Fundamentals of Radiologic Sciences (Cr3) (3:0)
Students in the course will learn about the structure of the health care system, attitudes and communications, human diversity, professionalism and ethical behavior, infection control, medical emergencies, and medical terminology. Restricted to Radiography students or those without an RT background planning to enter the Sonography program. Program director's signature required. Offered fall semester only.

RADT 107 Clinical Practice I (Cr2) (0:0:16)
On-campus preparatory instruction for first, three-weeks in basic radiation protection, safety, body mechanics, nursing procedures, and an overview of medical ethics. Clinical rotations through the front desk, file room, transportation, general radiography, and fluoroscopy. This course consists of 240 hours of clinical experience. Restricted to Radiography students. Additional course fees: $90.00. 

RADT 111 Radiographic Procedures I (Cr4) (3:3)
Students will perform radiographic procedures of the respiratory and abdominal systems, upper and lower extremities, shoulder and pelvic girdle using energized radiographic equipment. Images are performed on phantoms. Restricted to Radiography students. Coreq. - RADT 107. Additional course fees: $15.00. Offered fall semester only.

RADT 114 Introduction to Radiographic Imaging (Cr3)(3:0)
This course provides an introduction to radiographic imaging, exposure and an analysis of the factors that influence radiographic quality including photographic and geometric properties, image receptors and image processing. Restricted to Radiography students. Offered fall semester only.

RADT 117 Clinical Practice II (Cr2)(0:0:16)
This course is a continuation of the clinical education rotations in general radiography and fluoroscopy with an introduction to mobile radiography. The course consists of 240 hours of clinical experience. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT107 and 111.

RADT 125 Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imagers (Cr1) (1:0)
Human anatomy in the transverse, longitudinal, and coronal planes with application to sonography and other imaging modalities in radiology. Restricted to Radiography and Sonography students. Runs with DMSG 125. Prereq. - BIOS 204; Pre- or coreq. - BIOS 254. Offered spring semester only.

RADT 147 Clinical Practice III (Cr4)(1:0:24)
This course continues the student clinical education experience and the application of the principles and procedures involved in general radiography and fluoroscopy; introduces mobile surgical radiography, IVP, and tomography procedures; includes a lecture seminar on advanced procedures and related topics.  This course includes 360 hours of clinical experience.  Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT117 and 210.

RADT 201 Advanced Imaging (Cr2) (2:0)
General techniques, procedures, and equipment pertinent to Interventional Radiography, MRI, Mammography and Bone Densitometry are studied. In depth CT fundamentals, positioning, patient prep and scanning procedures. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT 208. Offered spring semester only.

RADT 205 Pathology for Radiographers (Cr2) (2:0)
A study of the disease process affecting body organs and systems; stressing those areas most commonly encountered and demonstrated in diagnostic radiology. Restricted to Radiography students. Offered fall semester only.

RADT 207 Clinical Practice IV (Cr3) (0:0:24)
Continuation of Clinical Practice III, with rotations in general radiography, fluoroscopy, mobile and surgical radiography, IVP and tomography. This course consists of 360 hours of clinical experience. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT 147. Additional course fees: $90.00. Offered fall semester only.

RADT 208 Imaging Equipment and Radiation Production (Cr3) (3:0)
The course covers the x-ray circuit, permanent installation and mobile x-ray and fluoroscopic/image intensification units, automatic exposure control, conventional tomography, magnification and electronic imaging along with the application of quality standard and quality control principles. The principles of x-ray production, interactions of photons with matter, technique formation, and exposure calculations will be applied through discussion. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq.- RADT 114. Offered spring semester only.

RADT 210 Level II Radiographic Procedures (Cr4) (3:3)
Systematic study, demonstration and practice of radiographic procedures involving the sacro-iliac joints, vertebral column, bony thorax, skull, portable radiography, trauma radiography and pediatric studies using phantom plus simulated radiography. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT 111. Additional course fees: $15.00. Offered spring semester only.

RADT 217 Clinical Practice V (Cr3)(0:0:24)
This course is a continuation of the student clinical education rotations with emphasis on increasing professional competency and review of previously acquired radiographic concepts and skills.  The course consists of 360 hours of clinical experience.  Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT207.

RADT 230 Radiation Biology/ Protection (Cr3) (3:0)
Biologic effects of ionizing radiation on human tissues, advanced radiation protection/safety, and federal/state regulations. Restricted to Radiography students.

RADT 242 Digital Imaging and Analysis (Cr2) (2:0)
The study of the components, principles and operation of digital imaging systems and the factors that impact image acquisition, display, and retrieval in radiology along with the principles of digital system quality assurance and maintenance. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq.- RADT 208. Offered fall semester only.

RADT 250 Senior Review (Cr2)(2:0)
This course is intended to be a capstone experience in which students analyze, apply and evaluate the principles, concepts, and the art and science of medical imaging. Restricted to Radiography students. Prereq. - RADT207. Offered spring semester only.

RADT 275 Computed Tomography Didactic Education for Registered Technologists (Cr2)(2:0)
This course is designed for Registered Radiologic Technologists requiring structured education in Computed Tomography. Topics include patient care, safety, image production, and procedures. This course satisfies the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) post-primary requirements of structured education in CT.  Restricted to students who are Certified and Registered by the ARRT in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine Technology, or Radiation Therapy or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) as a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist.  Registration with approval from Radiography Program Director or Clinical Coordinator. Offered online only.

RADT 276 Magnetic Resonance Imaging Didactic Education for Registered Technologists (Cr2)(2:0)
This course is designed for Registered Radiologic Technologists requiring structured education in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Topics include patient care, safety, image production, and procedures. This course satisfies the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) post-primary requirements of structured education in MRI. Restricted to students who are certified and registered by the ARRT in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Radiation Therapy, or Sonography or the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) as a certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist or the American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography (ARDMS) as a Sonographer. Registration with approval from the Radiography Program Director or Clinical Coordinator. Offered online only.

RADT 291 Special Studies in Radiologic Technology (Cr1)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand. Restricted to Radiography students.

RADT 292 Special Studies in Radiologic Technology (Cr2)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand. Restricted to Radiography students.

RADT 293 Special Studies in Radiologic Technology (Cr3)
See Statement on Special Studies. Offered on demand. Restricted to Radiography students.