Associate in Applied Science Degree
This program prepares students for an entry-level position as a radiographer who operates medical imaging equipment and plays a vital role in healthcare delivery. This full-time, two-year program offers a diverse curriculum that includes comprehensive classroom instruction in conjunction with individualized laboratory work and extensive clinical experience in local hospitals. Upon completion of the program, the student will receive an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Radiography and is eligible to take the national registry examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Employment opportunities exist in hospitals, medical clinics, doctor's offices and industries.
The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-2901, (312)704-5300.
For more detailed information regarding the Radiography Program, please visit the radiography web page at
Davenport University, Bachelor degree;
Eastern Michigan University, several BS degrees;
University of Michigan-Flint, BS degree.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: www.wccnet.edu/departments/curriculum/articulation.php?levelone=colleges.
Washtenaw Community College uses a competitive admission process for high demand programs in health care. There are multiple requirements that must be completed prior to submitting an application for admission. For detailed information regarding admission to this health care program, please visit our Welcome to Health Care home page at: www.wccnet.edu/health
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|BIO 109||Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology *||4|
|HSC 101||Healthcare Terminology *||1|
|MTH 169||Intermediate Algebra *||4|
|RAD 100||Introduction to Diagnostic Imaging *||2|
|ENG 111||Composition I **||4|
|RAD 101||Methods in Patient Care||1|
|RAD 103||Medical Professionalism in Clinical Radiography||1|
|RAD 111||Fundamentals of Radiography||2|
|COM 101||Fundamentals of Speaking **||3|
|RAD 110||Clinical Education||2|
|RAD 112||Radiographic Positioning I||2|
|RAD 124||Principles of Radiographic Exposure||2|
|RAD 125||Radiographic Procedures and Related Anatomy||3|
|Soc. Sci. Elective(s) Select PSY 100 or SOC 100**||3|
|RAD 120||Clinical Education||2|
|RAD 123||Radiographic Positioning II||2|
|RAD 215||Radiography of the Skull||2|
|RAD 150||Clinical Education||3|
|RAD 218||Radiation Biology and Protection||3|
|RAD 190||Physical Foundations of Radiography||3|
|RAD 217||Clinical Education||3|
|RAD 222||Pharmacology in Diagnostic Imaging||2|
|RAD 235||Pathology for Radiographers||3|
|PHL 244||Ethical and Legal Issues in Health Care||3|
|RAD 223||Sectional Anatomy||2|
|RAD 225||Clinical Education||3|
|RAD 232||Digital Imaging in Radiography||2|
|RAD 240||Clinical Education||2|
- Total Credits Required
*These courses must be taken before being admitted to the program.
**These courses may be taken before admissions to the Radiography program. (It is strongly advised that students complete the general education courses before entering the Radiography program.) Students can transfer or substitute equivalent general education courses required for the Radiography program. Contact the program advisor for approval.
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