At the completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
1. Be didactically and clinically competent.
1.1. Demonstrate didactic and clinical competence
1.2. Perform routine examinations
1.3. Demonstrate knowledge of procedures and patient care
2. Possess problem-solving and critical-thinking skills.
2.1. Perform non-routine examinations
2.2. Identify diagnostic quality images and correct non-quality images
2.3. Recognize emergency patient conditions and initiate appropriate procedures
3. Demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills.
3.1. Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal and communicating skills with peers and physicians
3.2. Demonstrate appropriate interpersonal and communication skills with patients
3.3. Demonstrate proficiency in written and oral communication skills which integrate computer technology
4. Experience career exploration and continued professional development.
4.1. Hold membership in a professional association
4.2. Participate in a minimum of one local, state, or national seminar while enrolled
5. Graduate as entry-level technologists who demonstrate professional ethics through their attitudes and behaviors.
5.1. Pass the ARRT exam
5.2. Perform as entry-level technologists
5.3. Find employment within six months of graduation
5.4. Demonstrate knowledge of professional ethics and attitudes
Check out the 2013-14 Annual Program Assessment Review for information on how this program assures that its students are attaining learning outcomes.