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2011-2012 Catalog 
    
2011-2012 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Radiologic Sciences, A.A.S.


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Faculty Advisors: Dr. Jena Hamra • 903-434-8367 (jhamra@ntcc.eud); Sandra Adamek • 903-434-8319 (sadamek@ntcc.edu)

Students should consult a faculty advisor or an academic advisor early in their program of study. Northeast Texas Community College offers a cooperative Program with area medical facilities which are designed to provide skilled technologists in Diagnostic Radiography. Graduates of the Program receive an Associate in Applied Science degree in Radiologic Sciences and are eligible to apply for admission to take the certification examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). After passing the ARRT examination, the graduate may apply for State of Texas Licensure. Only college-level courses apply toward completion of this curriculum and the graduation requirements for the A.A.S.

The Radiologic Sciences Program is no longer accepting new students. Information is for current students only.

Program Requirements


General Education Requirements (26 Credit Hours)


Composition: 3 Hours


one course

Mathematics: 3 Hours


one course

Speech: 3 Hours


one course from the following

Computer Technology: 3 Hours


one course

Natural Sciences: 8 Hours


two courses

Social and Behavioral Sciences: 3 Hours


one course

Minimum Required - 71 Credit Hours


Note(s):


Courses within the Radiologic Sciences Program are required in a specific sequence and are only offered once a year. Please see an advisor for a guideline on sequence and timing of course work.

* Designates a prerequisite course that must be completed prior to beginning the program.

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