Course Schedule

Course/Degree Pathway  |  Course Costs  |  Student Goals and Learning Outcomes

Spring 2024 Courses  |  Summer 2024 Courses

Type Status Title Days Time Instructor
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 415 - 31493 - Radiation Protection & Biology M W F 8:10am-9:00am Rivera, R
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 420 - 42740 - Radiographic Positioning II M W F 9:10am-10:00am Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 420 - 42740 - Radiographic Positioning II M 12:10pm-3:00pm Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 420 - 42741 - Radiographic Positioning II M W F 9:10am-10:00am Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 420 - 42741 - Radiographic Positioning II W 12:10pm-3:00pm Inman, L
Day Class   IN
PROGRESS
RADT 428 - 47590 - Clinical Education II T Th 8:00am-4:15pm Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 430 - 31496 - Princ/Rad Film Production M W 10:30am-11:45am Rivera, R
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 430 - 31496 - Princ/Rad Film Production F 10:30am-11:45am Rivera, R
Online Class CLASS OVER RADT 442 - 33419 - Radiographic Pathology TBA Olaughlin, J
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 450 - 38684 - Registry Review T 8:10am-9:25am Rivera, R
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 458 - 42968 - Clinical Education V M W F 8:00am-4:15pm Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 470 - 47511 - Specialized Tech: Mammography T 1:30pm-4:45pm Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 470 - 47511 - Specialized Tech: Mammography Th 1:30pm-4:45pm Inman, L
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 471 - 43563 - Spec Techniques: Fluoroscopy Th 8:10am-9:50am Rivera, R
Day Class   CLASS OVER RADT 471 - 43563 - Spec Techniques: Fluoroscopy Th 11:10am-12:25pm Rivera, R
Day Class  Hybrid Class CLASS OVER RADT 474 - 43732 - Venipuncture for C. M. Admin. T 10:10am-1:15pm Frojelin, S
Day Class  Hybrid Class CLASS OVER RADT 474 - 43732 - Venipuncture for C. M. Admin. TBA Frojelin, S

 

Required Course/Degree Pathway

Summer Intercession

  • RADT 400 Orientation 2.0 units

Fall Semester I

  • RADT 408 Perspectives in Radiology 1.5 units
  • RADT 410 Radiographic Positioning 4.0 units
  • PHYS 405 Radiation Physics 3.0 units
  • RADT 418 Clinical Education I 4.0 units

Spring Semester II

  • RADT 415 Rad Protection & Biology 3.0 units
  • RADT 420 Radiographic Positioning II 4.0 units
  • RADT 428 Clinical Education II 5.0 units
  • RADT 430 Principals of Rad Exposure 3.5 units

Summer Intercession

  • RADT 438 Clinical Education III 2.5 units

Fall Semester III

  • RADT 435 Imaging Equipment & Q.C. 1.5 units
  • RADT 440 Advanced Imaging 4.0 units
  • RADT 441 Sectional Anatomy 1.5 units
  • RADT 448 Clinical Ed. IV 6.5 units

Spring Semester IV

  • RADT 442 Radiographic Pathology 1.5 units
  • RADT 450 Registry Review 1.5 units
  • RADT 458 Clinical Ed. V 7.0 units
  • RADT 474 Venipuncture for Contrast Media Administration 1.0 units

Summer Intercession

  • RADT 468 Clinical Ed. VI 5.0 units

NOTE: Clinical SupervisionCurrent CPR for health providers and approved by the American Heart Association is required for clinical education assignments. Completion of general education and other graduation requirements is necessary for A.S. degree. Completion of the program will allow you to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT) and State of California examination, certification, and licensure in Radiology Technology (CRT).

Articulation Agreement(s): The Radiologic Technology Program has an articulation agreement with California State University, Northridge, the only public institution in the state of California that offers a B.S. degree in Radiologic Technology.

 

Program and Course Costs

Costs as of October 2022

  • Enrollment Fee: $46 per unit
  • Non-Resident Tuition Fee: $307 plus $2 per unit capital outlay fee (PLUS $46 per unit Enrollment Fee)
  • Parking Permit: $58 per semester ($29 for summer)
  • Health Fee: $21 ($18 for summer)
  • Student Representation Fee: $2
  • Student Body Fee: $15

Costs as of October 2022

  • Books and Supplies: $1600, approx. 2-year cost (all radiology textbooks are used in several courses each semester throughout the program)
  • Radiation Detection Instrumentation Service: $50 per year, approx.
  • Uniforms & Shoes: $500, approx. 2-year cost
  • Lead Identification Markers: $24
  • Malpractice Insurance Fee: $13 per semester ($9 for summer)
  • Student Placement Portals: $300

Cost as of October 2022

$7,220 (This is an approximate number and is subject to change at any time. Does not include vaccination costs. Does not include international student fees.)

 

Upon acceptance into the program, physical examination, background check, laboratory tests and vaccinations are required by the beginning of the FALL semester. Flu shots and other annual vaccinations may be required by the beginning of the second year Fall semester. 

Students are responsible for reliable transportation to and from the college and clinical educational centers. NOTE: we do not assign students to clinical facilities based on proximity to their home. Radiological Technology classes and clinical education hours vary each semester and summer intercession. Please be prepared to adjust your personal and work schedule appropriately.

Students who pass the ARRT may apply for the California Radiologic Technology Certificate without sitting for California examination. The  Radiologic Technology Certificate (CRT) Application form. must be completed. The application form, a copy of the ARRT certificate and a non-refundable application fee of $75.00 in the form of a check or money order made payable to the CDPH-RHB must be returned to the CDPH-RHB. Applicants are notified within 30 calendar days of submission of the application.
Radiologic Technology Program follows the Cañada College  Credit and Refund Policies. 

 

Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

SLOs:

  • Students will apply positioning skills
  • Students will select appropriate technical facts
  • Students will practice radiation protection

SLOs:

  • Students will use effective oral communication skills with clinical staff
  • Students will use effective oral communication skills with patients
  • Students will practice written communication skills

SLOs:

  • Students will manipulate technical factors for non-routine examinations
  • Students will adapt positioning for trauma patients

SLOs:

  • Students will determine the importance of continued professional development
  • Students will summarize the importance of attendance at professional meetings

SLOs:

  • Students will pass the ARRT on the first attempt
  • Students will be gainfully employed within six months of graduation
  • Students will complete the program within twenty-five months
  • Students will be satisfied with their education
  • Employers will be satisfied with the graduated performance