Instructional Programs
Radiologic Technology

 Program Information and Accreditation

To learn about the program's accreditation, click here for additional information.

 

 Program Goals 2014

To learn about the program's goals, click here for additional information.

 

 Program Overview

The Radiologic Technology program prepares students to operate imaging equipment and perform a variety of medical diagnostic procedures. The student radiographer prepares and positions the patient, as well as sets technical parameters for each examination in addition to processing the image for interpretation. The Radiologic Technology program serves as a pathway to advanced related imaging modalities such as Computed Tomography, Cardiac-Interventional Radiography, and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.


The program curriculum includes anatomy and physiology, mathematics, fundamentals of radiographic exposure, positioning, radiobiology, and clinical training. For a comprehensive list of required courses refer to the following link: 
 
Radiologic Technology - Counseling Degree Plan (PDF)


Course Syllabi
 
Special Notes:
 
Students must complete special admission requirements prior to enrollment. These requirements may be found at the following link: 
 
Specialized Admission Requirements (PDF)


 Vision, Philosophy and Mission

RADR Vision statement:
The Radiologic Technology Program at El Paso Community College is committed to advancing the profession of radiologic technology and meeting the community’s need by providing educated, certified and registered radiologic technologists.

RADR Philosophy
The philosophy of the Radiologic Technology Program is consistent with that of the Health Career and Technical Education, Math & Science Division and El Paso Community College. The program meets accreditation standards and community needs by providing opportunities for individuals to become qualified radiographers.

RADR Mission
The mission of the Radiologic Technology Program is to improve health care by providing the community with qualified radiographers, continuously assessing the community need for radiologic technologists, updating program curricula, and providing meaningful clinical experiences to help meet the changing requirements of the individual and the radiographer community.


 Contact information for the JRCERT:

Address:
20 N. Wacker Drive
Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606

Phone: 313-704-5300
Fax: 423-304-5304
mail@jrcert.org
www.jrcert.org


 Student Learning Outcomes

The Radiologic Technology Program employs two sets of student learning outcomes (SLO).  One set is for the El Paso Community College and the other is for the JRCERT.  Both are periodically assessed to assure program effectiveness.

 

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 Clinical Information

To learn about the program's clinicals, click here for additional information.

 

 Program Effectiveness Data

ARRT Exam Pass Rate:
The average pass rate for the RADR program over the last 5 years is 98%

Job Placement Rate
For those graduates who were actively seeking employment, the job placement for the five-year total of 66 graduates is 100%.

Annual Program Completion Rate
The annual completion rate for the year 2012 is 88%. (14 out of 16 original students successfully completed the program) (3 returning students also graduated)

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The Program Effectiveness Data can also be obtained at https://portal.jrcertaccreditation.org


 Contact Information

Prof. Christl Thompson
915-831-4613
Email: Cthomp27@epcc.edu

 

Prof. Buhrmann Gilbert
915-831-4616
Email: bgilbert@epcc.edu

 

Prof. Rafael Ramirez
915-831-4440
Email: rafaelr@epcc.edu

 

Mr. Francisco Aleman
915-831-4600
Email: faleman@epcc.edu