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Mission, Goals and Outcomes


We shall strive to exceed the expectations of our students by providing the highest quality education, which will enable the students to precisely administer radiation as a diagnostic tool and perform a variety of diagnostic and special diagnostic procedures. We commit to developing each student’s greatest potential by encouraging them to apply knowledge and skills in ministering to the physical, psychological, and spiritual needs of the patient.

We shall achieve this mission by providing a full continuum of academic and practical experiences, and responding to the needs of the patients and the institution the students will eventually serve. We will keep apprised of technological advances so the students can readily adjust to any situation, provide responsible care and achieve above average standards as a Radiologic Technologist. By providing an environment that is conducive to learning, as well as providing the facilities for independent study and research, the students will become proficient, reliable and empathetic members of the health care profession.


Fulfillment of the program’s mission will be assessed by the following goals:

      • Students will demonstrate critical thinking abilities and problem solving skills.
      • Students will communicate effectively.
      • Students will demonstrate clinical competency.
      • Students will demonstrate professional growth and development.


    Students in the program will:
      • Perform non-routine procedures.
      • Evaluate images.
      • Demonstrate oral communication skills.
      • Demonstrate written communication skills.
      • Demonstrate patient communication skills.
      • Demonstrate proper radiographic positioning skills.
      • Demonstrate radiation protection.
      • Demonstrate selection of proper technical factors.
      • Demonstrate professionalism.
      • Recognize professional avenues available to them beyond graduation.
      • Demonstrate ethical decision making.