Learn how to assist in diagnosing illnesses through x-rays and other diagnostic imaging procedures with a Radiography Associate of Applied Science degree from Montco. Our credit program is held at Central Campus's new, state-of-the-art Health Sciences Center.
- Participate in lecture, laboratory activities, small group presentations, research, and clinical education experiences;
- Develop the critical thinking, technical and interpersonal communication skills needed for the practice of diagnostic radiography;
- Learn how to safely apply the principles of ionizing radiation in both diagnostic and fluoroscopic procedures.
Although more than 60 percent of all radiography jobs are in hospitals, you can also work in physician’s offices, medical and diagnostic laboratories, including diagnostic imaging centers, and outpatient care centers. Employment of radiologic technologists is expected to increase 15 percent in the next decade–faster than average for all occupations.
Additional information on advanced placement, tuition and fees, student employment, transfer credits and credit for life experience, withdrawals and refunds can be obtained by contacting the Student Success Center at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the academic calendar for program dates.
The Radiography Associate of Applied Science degree program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
Graduates are eligible to take the national certifying examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
Special Admission Requirements
Students wishing to participate in the Radiography Program must present the required credentials, and are required to meet with an academic advisor prior to enrolling in RAD 100.
Mission & Goals
The Associate in Applied Science degree in Radiography has a mission consistent with the mission of Montgomery County Community College. The program recognizes that students differ in their needs, interests, and aspirations. As a result, the program is organized to assist and prepare students for the level of technical competence required to become highly qualified and successful radiographers. The program will provide students with meaningful educational experiences.
Program CurriculumProgram effective Fall 2018
General Education Requirements
|CMS 110 or CMS 120||Speech Communication or Public Speaking||3|
|ENG 101||English Composition I||3|
|ENG 115||Writing for Technical Communication||3|
|Elective||Quantitative Reasoning Elective: MAT 100, MAT 106, or higher||3|
|Elective||Cultural Awareness and Diversity Elective choose one: SOC 103, SOC 244, HIS 101, HIS 102 or PHI 120||3|
|PSY 101||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|BIO 131||Anatomy and Physiology I||4|
|BIO 132||Anatomy and Physiology II||4|
|RAD 100||Introduction to Radiography||3|
|RAD 102||Radiographic Exposure and Technique I||3|
|RAD 103||Radiation Protection and Biology||3|
|RAD 104||Clinical Education I||3|
|RAD 105||Radiation Physics||2|
|RAD 111||Radiographic Procedures I||3|
|RAD 113||Principles of Digital Imaging||3|
|RAD 114||Clinical Education II||3|
|RAD 121||Radiographic Procedures II||3|
|RAD 124||Clinical Education III||4|
|RAD 214||Clinical Education IV||4|
|RAD 221||Radiographic Procedures III||3|
|RAD 224||Clinical Education V||4|
|RAD 230||Radiographic Pathology||2|
|RAD 250||Professional Issues in Radiography||1|