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Radiologic Technology (A.S.)

The radiologic technology program develops competence in the knowledge and skills required for radiologic imaging. The integrated curriculum includes 20 hours of general studies credit and 55 hours of radiologic technology credits. The curriculum incorporates both didactic and clinical education components. Students have the advantage of practicing most radiographic procedures on campus in one of two energized laboratories while using fully digital processing equipment, as well as taking part in direct patient contact during the clinical components of the program.

Upon meeting program completion requirements, graduates are eligible to apply for the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) examination. Successful completion of the ARRT exam grants certification required for licensure in West Virginia and most other states. Individuals with prior felony or certain misdemeanor convictions may not be eligible for certification by the ARRT and/or licensure by state agencies. Also individuals with prior felony or certain misdemeanor convictions may not be permitted to attend clinical due to various clinical site policies. In such cases students would not be permitted to continue in the program or complete the degree. Contact the appropriate licensing agency and the program director for more information.

The program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, 20 N. Wacker Dr. Ste 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182, 312.704.5300. Visit the web page at www.jrcert.org and contact at mail@jrcert.org.

For information about the Radiologic Technology Program contact the program director at jasonwilcox@ucwv.edu.

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609 South Kanawha Street
Beckley, WV 25801
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