Cambridge Institute of Allied Health & Technology is proud to offer an industry-leading Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology program from our Orlando campus. Lasting just under two years, the program prepares students to play a vital role in the delivery of patient care in hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities.
The program’s curriculum meets the guidelines of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT), ensuring that students are prepared to pass ARRT exams and obtain the necessary professional certifications.
Mission and Goals of the ASN in Radiologic Technology Program
The ASN in Radiologic Technology program prepares students for successful careers by arming them with:
- Knowledge: A thorough knowledge of many subjects is needed to thrive in a diagnostic imaging career. The program curriculum covers a range of topics students need to build this knowledge base, including general topics like English, speech and algebra, as well as more focused content like radiographic physics, medical terminology, psychology and more.
- Skills: To be successful in the medical field, individuals must possess a wide range of skills and abilities. The AS in Radiologic Technology program is designed to help Orlando-area students communicate effectively, manage daily schedules, organize and manage patient records and much more.
- Training: The safe and effective use of diagnostic imaging technology requires extensive training, both in controlled settings and in real-world healthcare environments. Cambridge offers an industry-current technology lab to give students the hands-on training needed to master current imaging equipment. Coupled with the program’s required externship courses, this training prepares students to flourish in radiology careers from day one.
To accomplish these goals, the program’s curriculum includes:
|Course Code||Course Description||Credits|
|ENC 1101||English Composition||3|
|SPC 1016||Fundamentals of Speech||3|
|BSC 1085||Anatomy & Physiology||3|
|BSC 1085 L||Anatomy & Physiology I Lab||1|
|BSC 1086||Anatomy & Physiology II||3|
|BSC 1086L||Anatomy & Physiology II Lab||1|
|HSC 1000||Introduction to Health Science||3|
|MAC 1105||College Algebra||3|
|MEA 1239||Medical Terminology||2|
|CTS 1050||Introduction to Computers||3|
|PSY 1012||Introduction to Psychology||3|
|RTE 1201||Introduction to Radiologic Sciences||3|
|RTE 1025||Principles of Image Production I||2|
|RTE 1026||Principles of Image Production II||2|
|RTE 2025||Cross Sectional Anatomy/Advanced Modalities||3|
|RTE 1030||Radiographic Physics||4|
|RTE 1270A||Clinical Externship I A||5|
|RTE 1280A||Clinical Externship II A||5|
|RTE 2005A||Clinical Externship III A||8|
|RTE 2010A||Clinical Externship IV A||8|
|RTE 2020A||Clinical Externship V A||8|
|RTE 1206||Radiographic Procedures V||2|
|RTE 1206L||Radiographic Procedures Lab V||1|
|RTE 1202||Radiographic ProceduresI||3|
|RTE 1202L||Radiographic Procedures Lab I||1|
|RTE 1203||Radiographic Procedures II||3|
|RTE 1203L||Radiographic Procedures Lab II||1|
|RTE 1205||Radiographic Procedures IV||2|
|RTE 1205L||Radiographic Procedures Lab IV||1|
|RTE 1204||Radiographic Procedures III||2|
|RTE 1204L||Radiographic Procedures Lab III||1|
|RTE 2500||Senior Registry Review||3|
|RTE 2015||Radiographic Biology & Protection||3|
Apply Now to Begin the Path Toward a Radiologic Technology Career
The radiologic technology field has experienced a boom of late, resulting in growing numbers of employment opportunities for qualified individuals. Now is the time to take advantage of this growth. To get started, apply now or contact an advisor today.