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    Radiologic Technology

    Radiologic technologists operate X-ray equipment to perform diagnostic examinations ordered by a patient's physician. A two-year program that offers classroom, a digital technology college laboratory and clinical site experiences at various Chicago metropolitan area hospitals.

    Employment opportunities exist in hospitals, clinics and medical imaging centers.

    Prerequisites listed below must be completed before the start of the program.
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    Must read and write at college level; can be demonstrated by course equivalency, or by meeting all current reading and writing requirements for RHT101 placement
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    MAT085 (Algebra & Geometry II) or must meet current college math requirement for completion of MAT085
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    BIS136 (Functional Human Anatomy I) or BIS240 (Human Anatomy and Physiology I)
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    AHL120 (Comprehensive Medical Terminology)
    Completion of the Math, Science, and Allied Health prerequisites must not be more than 5 years old.
    All prerequisite coursework must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
    All test scores must be within the last two years.

    The Radiologic Technology program is a selective enrollment program, meaning you must qualify for the program before you are accepted. Acceptance is awarded by a point system; applicants with the highest points are accepted first. Points are accumulated from grades earned from successful completion of prerequisites and the general education courses that are a part of the Radiology programs' curriculum. All Math, Science, and Allied Health Classes expire 5 years from the time the courses were taken. Acceptance is awarded for every fall semester.

    Program Prerequisites:
    Complete a Triton College Application. Click here!
    Review Program Admission Check list. Click here!

    Complete a Health Careers Application. Click here!

    Applicants should not apply to the Radiology program until they have successfully completed the prerequisites for the program. Acceptance is awarded every fall semester.

    Points are earned from the grades of the prerequisites and general education courses. Points are calculated as: A=4, B=3, and C=2.
    GPA 2.5 or above
    AHL 120 - Comprehensive Medical Terminology
    BIS 136 - Functional Human Anatomy I or BIS 240 - Anatomy & Physiology I

    General Education courses that provide additional points:
    Completion of these additional courses will increase an applicants' chances for acceptance. Points are calculated as: A=4, B=3, and C=2.
    AHL 202 - Comprehensive Medical Ethics
    AHL 107 - Venipuncture & I.V. Administration
    BIS 137 - Functional Human Anatomy II or BIS 241 Anatomy & Physiology II
    SPE 101 - Principles of Effective Speaking
    RHT 101 Freshman Rhetoric & Composition I
    Social or Behavioral Science
    Humanities

    Attendance at an Information Session is ENCOURAGED in order to apply for admission to this program. By attending an information session you will learn what is expected of you as an applicant, as well as the functionality of the program. For information on Information Session dates, times and locations, please click Info Session Registration Link below.

    Applicants should not apply to the Radiology program until they have successfully completed the prerequisites for the program. Acceptance is awarded every fall semester.

     

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