Associate of Applied Science - Radiologic Technology
The Radiologic Technology program is designed for students to complete degree requirements in two years. The degree curriculum integrates didactic and clinical instruction with increasing expectations at each quarter. A combination of courses from the general education core curriculum (44 credits) and the radiology major curriculum (79 credits) are required. Students must complete a separate application to the Radiologic Technology Program to apply for formal admission to the program.
The faculty of the Radiology Program, in conjunction with South College-Asheville, provides a foundation of general education coursework that emphasizes the attainment of knowledge and skills as these relate to human interactions, communication, ethics, critical and analytical thinking, and reasoning skills at the undergraduate level. The program of study correlates didactic and clinical instruction enabling the student to become a competent health care professional with a humanistic approach. This approach enables graduates to competently perform tasks as identified in their scope of practice as autonomous health care providers.
The Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by:
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
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