Radiologic Technology

CONTACT
Program Chair:
Tracey Warner
Allied Health Building
(970) 339-6420
tracey.warner@aims.edu

Rad Tech Program Goals & Objectives

  • Students will be taught and made aware of the importance of proper communication skills.

  • Students will be taught how to develop critical thinking skills through correlation of didactic and clinical criteria.

  • Professionalism and ethics will be emphasized in all aspects of students' education.

  • Students will be taught radiography and patient care skills that will allow them to practice competently.

  • Provide the radiography industry with qualified graduates who can meet the qualifications of entry level positions. 

  • Maintain equal opportunity admissions procedures.

  • Maintain objective and comprehensive advising procedures to adequately prepare students with skills necessary to be successful in the program.

  • Maintain prerequisite procedures that provide students with skills needed for early proficient academic and clinical performances.

  • Maintain curriculum based on Aims Community College's philosophy and goals as stated in the most current catalog.

  • Maintain procedures for evaluating intellectual, physical, and social competencies at levels consistent with the standards of ASRT, ARRT, CCCS, CCHE, NCA and Aims Community College.

  • Maintain procedures for student remediation.

  • Maintain procedures for student retention.

  • Maintain procedures for employment placement consistent with ASRT, ARRT, CCCS, CCHE, NCA and Aims Community College.

  • Maintain educational standards that meet the technology and appeal of the current market.

  • Maintain procedures for course and program improvement.

  • Maintain faculty hiring practices consistent with CCCS, CCHE, and NCA requirements.

  • Faculty will maintain current credentials in good standing with the AART and fulfill the minimum requirements for continuing education established by the AART and Aims Community College.

  • Maintain regular program orientation/advising sessions.

  • Maintain participation with GEMS and other programs promoting the field of medical imaging and the program.

  • Incorporate learning-centered curriculum in the classroom.