The mission of the Hutchinson Community College Radiologic Technology Program is to provide a curriculum of basic sciences and practical clinical training that provides graduates with the responsibility to deliver safe, high quality medical imaging services in a variety of healthcare environments. The program establishes rigorous and measurable performance standards for all students and fosters the professionalism needed for patient-centered healthcare delivery. The program provides students with the necessary prerequisite requirements to transfer to other institutions to further their educational and career goals.
Program Goals & Outcomes
Students will be clinically competent.
- Students and Graduates will effectively position patients
- Students will appropriately provide radiation protection.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge and skills of patient care.
- Students will select appropriate technical factors.
Students will demonstrate professionalism and professional growth
- Students and graduates will demonstrate proper behaviors expected of healthcare professionals.
- Student and graduates will participate in professional development.
Students will demonstrate necessary problem solving and critical thinking skills.
- Students will demonstrate independent judgment and discretion.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to modify the procedure of non-routine examinations.
Students will demonstrate communication skills.
- Students will demonstrate written communication skills.
- Students will demonstrate oral communication skills.
To provide graduates who will satisfy the affiliate hospitals, communities, and profession’s need for certified radiographers.
- Students enrolled in the program graduate from the program.
- Graduates are able to find employment in the profession.
- Graduates will pass the ARRT exam on the first attempt.
- Employers will be satisfied with the graduates performance.
- Graduates indicate an overall satisfaction with the program.