Program Student Learning Outcomes

  • Demonstrate clinical competence by applying accurate positioning skills, selecting appropriate technical factors and using appropriate radiation protection measures.
  • Prepare written reports and present them orally on atypical case studies in conjunction with completion of a speech course at the college level.
  • Show problem solving and critical thinking skills by completing all laboratory experiments and adapting to non-routine examinations.
  • Demonstrate professional development by attending at least one professional conference and joining a professional society that promotes ethical and professional behavior.
  • Relate the importance of imaging with computed tomography, magnetic imaging and PET-CT.
  • Research a community health issue, analyze and interpret the data and communicate the results in a research abstract.