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1 Mt. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM ASSOCIATE in SCIENCE DEGREE The course of study in Radiologic Technology offered at Mt. San Antonio College and its affiliated hospitals will train students in the diagnostic uses of x-ray as well as the technical skills to use x-ray equipment in both laboratory and clinical settings. The courses are designed to train students to operate x-ray equipment, assist in the diagnosis of disease, and to apply proper medical ethics. The student will learn the nature of radiation, the principles of electricity, the structure of x-ray machines, and the operation of a clinical x-ray department. Students who have completed a total of four (4) regular semesters, two (2) winter and three (3) summer intersessions of preparation at the College and its affiliated hospitals are eligible to apply for the registry examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, and the California Certification of Radiologic Technology. ACCREDITATION Mt. San Antonio College is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the State Department of Education. The Radiologic Technology Program is recognized by the California Department of Public Health and is accredited by: The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) 20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850 Chicago, IL The program adheres to standards established by the JRCERT. Individuals interested in reviewing those standards and program compliance can visit: MISSION PROGRAM MISSION AND GOALS The mission of the radiologic technology program is to prepare competent and professional entrylevel radiographers able to meet the needs of the healthcare community. GOALS 1. Students will be clinically competent. 2. Students will communicate effectively. 3. Students will develop critical thinking skills. 4. Students will model professionalism. 5. Students will meet the employment demands of the medical community.

2 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 2 STUDENT OUTCOMES (AVERAGE LAST FIVE YEARS) Percentage of students who complete the program = 84% Percentage of graduates who completed the A.S. Degree requirements = 100% Percentage of graduates passing ARRT Certification Exam, first attempt = 95% Percentage of graduates employed 6 months after program completion = 85% OPPORTUNITIES Employment of radiologic technologists is expected to increase by about 21 percent from 2012 to 2022, faster than the average for all occupations. As the population grows and ages, there will be an increasing demand for diagnostic imaging. With age comes increased incidence of illness and injury, which often requires diagnostic imaging for diagnosis. In addition to diagnosis, diagnostic imaging is used to monitor the progress of disease treatment. With the increasing success of medical technologies in treating disease, diagnostic imaging will increasingly be needed to monitor progress of treatment. Although hospitals will remain the principal employer of radiologic technologists, a number of new jobs will be found in offices of physicians and diagnostic imaging centers. As technology advances many imaging modalities are becoming less expensive and more feasible to have in a physician s office With additional training, opportunities exist in various modalities, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), sonography, radiation therapy, and angiography, as well as medical sales, management, and education. COST There is an enrollment fee of forty six dollars ($46) per unit* plus material fees, health service fees, college service fees, and parking fees. Nonresident students are also required to pay nonresident tuition fees. Please consult the current college catalog for further information. The expense of enrollment, annual physical examinations, parking, uniforms, textbooks and related accessories, (i.e. transportation to school and to and from the clinical facilities) are to be arranged by the student. Scholarships or loan funds are available; please contact Financial Aid for further information. *All fees are subject to change.

3 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 3 Effective summer 2016, all students seeking admission to Mt. SAC s Radiologic Technology Program will be required to meet the revised program admission requirements listed below; specifically, (h) and (i). The changes are necessary to maintain compliance with the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology program accreditation curriculum requirements and the American Registry of Radiologic Technology credentialing degree requirements. Applicants must satisfy the following requirements: APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS a) File a Mt. San Antonio College application, be accepted to the college, and be a student in good standing b) Take the college placement examination: The Technology and Health Division Office will obtain test scores from applicants who were tested at Mt. San Antonio College as long as an "Application for Admission" is on file with the Admission and Records Office. Applicants should make arrangements with the Mt. San Antonio College Assessment Center to schedule a date and time to take the college placement examination if required. The Assessment Center is open Monday through Friday. Contact them at (909) For applicants who possess a college degree, the English placement test is not required; however, it will be necessary to obtain two official copies of the college transcript showing the degree issued. One official transcript must be sent to the Technology and Health Division Office and the other to Admission and Records. If the courses were taken and /or the degree obtained at Mt. San Antonio College, it is not necessary to request transcripts. Request the transcript for the Division Office be addressed as follows: Mt. San Antonio College Technology and Health Division Radiologic Technology Program 1100 North Grand Avenue Walnut CA c) Forward two official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school, and other than Mt. San Antonio College courses). One transcript must be sent to Technology and Health Division Office and the other to Admission and Records. d) Submit an application for the Radiologic Technology Program to the Technology and Health Division Office (909) All applications are dated upon receipt. A new program begins each summer intersession. e) Applicants must be high school graduate or equivalent. Please provide copy of diploma as proof of high school completion. f) Applicants must possess a valid Social Security Card. This is a licensed profession, and a valid Social Security Number is required to obtain state certification and national licensure.

4 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 4 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS g) Applicants must be 18 years of age upon entrance into the program. h) Applicants must have completed all AS degree General Education requirements including program prerequisites listed below (i), before admission to the program. Applicants are required to make an appointment with either a Counselor or Educational Advisor to review general education requirements for graduation. i) Applicants must have completed the following prerequisite courses with a minimum grade of "C" in each course before admission to the program. Applicants may seek variances for courses completed at other institutions. The course must be an equivalent course or higher to the course listed below transcripts/course outlines must be reviewed by the Department Chair of the appropriate department to seek approval. 1. ANAT 10A Introductory Human Anatomy or ANAT 35 Human Anatomy 2. ANAT 10B Introductory Human Physiology or ANAT 36 Human Physiology 3. PHYS 1 Physics 4. MEDI 90 Medical Terminology Direct questions regarding program application or admission requirements to: Technology and Health Division Office, (909) Students who are no longer interested in the Radiologic Technology Program at Mt. SAC and wish to be removed from the waiting list, please Colleen Rose The program does allow applicants to defer acceptance up to 3 times. Applicants who defer acceptance until Summer 2016, will be required to meet the revised program admission requirements listed above. SELECTION PROCEDURE Selection of students is based upon the completion of the admission requirements and date of application. The Radiologic Technology Program will make every effort to notify the applicant of acceptance by mail no less than one month prior to the beginning of a program. Upon acceptance into the program applicants will be invited to a mandatory Radiologic Technology Program Orientation scheduled during the Spring Semester. CURRICULUM/ A.S. DEGREE REQUIREMENTS Mt. San Antonio College offers a curriculum in Medical Radiologic Technology. The program is coordinated with local hospitals. The curriculum is 26 months in length. Classes are held on campus in a state-of-the-art laboratory classroom and in hospital radiology departments. To remain in the program, students must maintain a C or better grade and/or P (passing) in all courses.

5 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 5 In addition to the required Radiologic Technology courses the student must complete the general education courses required for completion of the Associate in Science Degree. Requirements are listed in the current Mt. San Antonio College catalog. Upon satisfactory completion of the Radiologic Technology program, the student earns an Associate in Science Degree. The graduate is then eligible to apply for the registry examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and the California Certification of Radiologic Technology. Graduates may transfer to a state college or university offering a baccalaureate program in Radiologic Technology. Transfer students and students who completed coursework at other colleges may need variances to obtain credit for those courses. The Technology and Health Division can only grant variances for courses housed within our division. All other course variances must be approved by the appropriate division dean. Please see an educational advisor or counselor in the Student Services Center for a list of general education requirements, transfer course equivalencies, and variance information. REQUIRED SKILLS AND PHYSICAL ABILITIES In order to ensure student and patient safety and welfare, the radiologic technology student must have sufficient strength, motor coordination, manual dexterity, intellectual capacity, and sensory functions to be able to: Transport, move, lift, or transfer patients from a wheelchair or gurney to an x-ray table or to a patient bed. Lift arms above the head to move the x-ray tube assembly. Move, adjust, and manipulate portable and fluoroscopic equipment according to established procedures and standards of speed and accuracy while conducting radiographic examinations. Maneuver well enough to physically protect himself or herself from injury caused by patients exhibiting aggressive behaviors. Physically place patients in the proper positions for the examination according to established procedures and standards of speed and accuracy. Rapidly respond to situations involving the health and safety of patients, providing physical and emotional support to the patient during radiographic procedures, providing basic first aid and emergency care in the absence of or until a physician arrives. Function adequately under stressful situations related to technical and procedural standards of patient care situations. Hear well enough (average 30 decibels for both ears) to respond to directions or calls for help from individuals remote from the location of the student. Speak and write English well enough to explain and direct procedural information to patients, to accurately complete required documentation, and to communicate with physicians, technical staff, and faculty. Calculate and select proper technical exposure factors according to the individual needs of the patient s condition and the requirements of the procedure with speed and accuracy.

6 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 6 REQUIRED SKILLS AND PHYSICAL ABILITIES (CONT D) View and evaluate the recorded images of a radiograph for the purpose of identifying proper patient positioning, accurate procedural sequencing, proper exposure (and/or s number), and other established technical qualities. PROGRAM LENGTH/HOURS 26 months: 3 summer intersessions, 2 winter intersessions and 4 regular semesters. Daytime courses only. No evening courses. First Summer Intersession: First Fall Semester: First Winter Intersession: First Spring Semester: On-campus classes. Six weeks. On-campus classes. Hospital classes 16 hrs/wk. Sixteen weeks. On-campus classes. Hospital classes 25 hrs/wk, Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Six weeks. On campus classes. Hospital classes 16 hrs/wk. Sixteen weeks. Second Summer Intersession: Hospital classes 24 hrs/wk, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Six weeks. Second Fall Semester: Second Winter Intersession: Second Spring Semester: Third Summer Session: Hospital classes 24 hrs/wk, 7 hrs/wk. of technology classes. Sixteen weeks. Hospital classes 25 hrs/wk, Monday through Friday, 12:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. Six weeks Hospital classes 24 hrs/wk, 9.5 hrs/wk of technology classes. Sixteen weeks. Hospital classes 40 hrs/wk. daytime hours, M-F. Six weeks.

7 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 7 FIRST YEAR Approximate Cost $2208 Summer Intersession (6 weeks) RAD 91 Patient Care in Radiologic Sciences 3.0 RAD 50 Introduction to Radiologic Science and Health Care Fall Semester (16 weeks) RAD 1A Clinical Experience 1A 5.0 RAD 61A Theory of Radiologic Technology 4.0 RAD 61B Radiographic Procedures I 3.0 RAD 61C Radiographic Procedures I Laboratory Winter Intersession (6 weeks) RAD 1B Clinical Experience 1B 3.0 RAD 32 Digital Imaging in Radiology Spring Semester (16 weeks) RAD 2A Clinical Experience 2A 5.0 RAD 62A Theory of Radiologic Technology 4.0 RAD 62B Radiographic Procedures II 3.0 RAD 62C Radiographic Procedures II Laboratory SECOND YEAR Approximate Cost $1863 Summer Sessions (6 weeks) RAD 2B Clinical Experience 2B 3.0 Fall Semester (16 weeks) RAD 3A Clinical Experience 3A 7.5 RAD 63 Theory of Radiologic Technology 4.0 RAD 30 Radiographic Pathology (8 week course) Winter Session (6 weeks) RAD 3B Clinical Experience 3B 3.0 Spring Semester (16 weeks) RAD 3C Clinical Experience 3C 7.5 RAD 64 Theory of Radiologic Technology 4.0 RAD 31 Fluoroscopy and Radiobiology Summer Sessions (6 weeks) RAD 4 Clinical Experience TOTAL UNITS 78.5

8 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 8 COLLEGE ASSISTANCE FINANCIAL AID Students who need financial aid may contact the Financial Aid Office at (909) LEARNING ASSISTANCE Students who need learning assistance may contact the Learning Assistance Center at (909) or (909) Additional courses that may assist students in developing more effective study skills include COUN 2, STDY 80 and STDY 85A. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE (ESL) Students must be able to clearly speak and understand English prior to being accepted into the Radiologic Technology Program. For assistance, please contact the ESL Office at (909) ADDITIONAL INFORMATION EXPENSES TO STUDENT all fees are subject to change Enrollment Fees $46 per unit Student Activities Fee $11 per semester Health Services Fee $17 per semester Parking Fee $40 per semester Background Check Approximately $42 Drug Screening Approximately $15 Film markers Approximately $12 each Uniforms Approximately $20 to $40 each Physical examination Approximately $45 per year Textbooks Approximately $400 for first semester; $135 following semesters Licensing Fees $450 CPR course $50 per year Transportation Must have own transportation Meals Not provided by the hospitals or the college PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS A physical examination must be submitted to the Technology and Health Division office by the beginning of the first fall semester and yearly thereafter. Physical examination forms are provided upon acceptance and are also available in the Technology and Health Division in Building 28A, Room 101E. CPR - HEALTH CARE PROVIDER CARD Students must have a current CPR - Health Care Provider or Professional Rescuer card. Levels of CPR cards required for the program are as follows: American Heart Association: BLS Healthcare Provider, valid 2 years

9 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 9 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (CONT D) BACKGROUND CHECKS APPLICANTS WITH A CRIMINAL OR DISCIPLINARY HISTORY All students will be required to pass a background check prior to participating in the clinical education portion of the program. The background check must be completed through a program approved company. Students will be given information on how to complete the background check process upon acceptance into the program. The background checks will then be reviewed by the student s clinical affiliate. Upon review, if the student is deemed unacceptable for clinical placement, the program will not pursue an alternate clinical placement for that student. Any applicant with a criminal or disciplinary history should complete the Ethics Review Pre- Application offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) for $100 (price subject to change) before applying to the program or anytime as needed. This is the process for an early ethics review of offenses that would otherwise need to be reported on your Application for Certification after completion of the program. More information on this process may be found at: click on the Educators and Students tab, then click on the Ethics Review Pre- Application link. It is strongly recommended that students self-report criminal or disciplinary history prior to program admission or anytime as needed and complete the ARRT s preapplication. This process can help avoid delays or denial in clinical placement, or denial of licensure. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER All students are required to have a valid social security number to complete the background check process. DRUG SCREENING All students must have a drug test prior to participating in clinical courses and annually thereafter. Drug testing is offered at the Student Health Center at Mt. SAC. Students will be given instruction on procedures upon acceptance and are responsible for the cost of the drug test. OUTSIDE WORK Outside work is not recommended due to the long hours required. VACATION PERIODS Students will have break periods between all semesters and intersessions. There are no other vacation periods. TRANSPORTATION Each student is responsible for providing his/her own transportation to school and to and from all clinical facilities

10 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 10 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGIST CAREER BRIEF Use radiation to make images of internal parts of a patient s body. Use radiation to provide treatment for disease. Review physician s instructions. Prepare patient for examination (physical assistance, verbal instructions, reassurance). Position patients for imaging with the X-Ray machine. May administer drugs necessary to make organs visible. Set/operate controls. May operate computerized head or body scanners. Some technologists operate ultrasound and/or magnetic resonance imaging equipment. Develop film, process digital images, prepare records. Make adjustments on machines. Strong computer skills are essential. Specialize in either diagnostic or therapeutic technology OUTLOOK Much faster than average growth projected through year 2022 (21% increase) for all occupations. Technologists with multiple certifications will have the best job prospects. (Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook 2012) PAY Depends on employer, location, and shift On-call, after hours, overtime, increases pay California hourly mean wage $33.94 National hourly mean wage $27.14 (source Bureau of Labor Statistics 2012) California mean full-time income $73,757 (source ASRT Wage and Salary Survey 2013) PREPARATION REQUIRED This is a licensed occupation. Completion of the 2-year, full-time A.S. degree program at Mt. SAC is required to qualify students to take the state licensing exam and national registry exam. TYPICAL EMPLOYERS Hospitals Outpatient clinics Federal, state, and local government health agencies CHARACTERISTICS REQUIRED Effective English communication skills (speaking, reading, and writing) Must have physical stamina to be standing for long periods and lift/assist disabled patients. Able to catch on quickly. Work quickly and accurately with hands. Visualize three-dimensional objects and their relationships in space (such as organs in the body). See important details in radiographic images. Careful/cautious with details. Ability to perform complex imaging procedures using technologically advanced equipment. OTHER RESOURCES American Society of Radiologic Technology Central Ave. SE Albuquerque, NM California Society of Radiologic Technology PO Box Torrance, CA American Registry of Radiologic Technology 1255 Northland Drive St. Paul, MN

11 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 11 MT. SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE Technology & Health Division 1100 North Grand Avenue, Walnut, CA TEL (909) FAX (909) For Office Use Only: Application for the Radiologic Technology Program This program begins once a year in the SUMMER only Received / / By THERE IS CURRENTLY AN APPROXIMATE THREE TO FOUR YEAR WAITING LIST APPLICATION CHECKLIST: Applicants must complete all application requirements listed below before submitting application. Once complete, the application will be added to the waitlist. File a Mt. San Antonio College application, be accepted to the college, and be a student in good standing Take the college placement examination Forward two official transcripts of all coursework completed (high school, and other than Mt. San Antonio College courses). One transcript must be sent to Technology and Health Division Office and the other to Admission and Records. Submit an application for the Radiologic Technology Program to the Technology and Health Division Office (909) All applications are dated upon receipt. A new program begins each summer intersession. Applicants must be high school graduate or equivalent. Please provide copy of high school diploma, G.E.D. or high school transcript as proof of high school completion. Applicants must possess a valid Social Security Card. This is a licensed profession, and a valid Social Security Number is required to obtain state certification and national licensure. Check here after reading the statement below. Applicants with a criminal or disciplinary history: Any applicant with a criminal or disciplinary history should complete the Ethics Review Pre- Application offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) for $100 (price subject to change) before applying to the program or anytime as needed. This is the process for an early ethics review of offenses that would otherwise need to be reported on your Application for Certification after completion of the program. More information on this process may be found at: click on the Educators and Students tab, then click on the Ethics Review Pre-Application link. Results from the ethics review should be provided to the program before beginning the program or anytime as needed. It is strongly recommended that students self-report criminal or disciplinary history prior to program admission or anytime as needed and complete the ARRT s pre-application. This process can help avoid delays or denial in clinical placement, or denial of licensure.

12 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Page 12 PLEASE PRINT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IN INK: 1. LAST FIRST MIDDLE PREVIOUS LAST NAMES HOME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE DATE OF BIRTH / / PHONE ( ) - CELL ( ) - SOCIAL SECURITY # (REQUIRED) - _ - MT.SAC ID NUMBER 2. IN CASE OF AN EMERGENCY INVOLVING YOURSELF, WHO SHOULD BE NOTIFIED? NAME RELATIONSHIP PHONE ( ) - ADDRESS CITY STATE/ZIP 3. CAN YOU BE CERTAIN OF RELIABLE TRANSPORTATION THROUGHOUT THE PROGRAM? YES NO 4. HOW DID YOU HEAR ABOUT THE PROGRAM? 6. ARE YOU IN COLLEGE AT THIS TIME? YES NO IF SO, WHERE? 7. IF YOU HAVE EVER ATTENDED ANY HEALTH SCIENCE PROGRAM, PLEASE PROVIDE THE NAME OF THE INSTITUTION AND THE LOCATION. 9. IN YOUR OWN HANDWRITING, PLEASE TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF AND EXPLAIN WHY YOU WISH TO BE A MEMBER OF THIS HEALTH CARE PROFESSION IN THE SPACE PROVIDED BELOW. SIGNATURE DATE Shared Docs/Program Info/Radiology/Rad Tech Info Pack and Application (01/14)

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