An emphasis within the Associate of Applied Science in Allied Health degree
The Radiologic Technologist is a vital part of the Radiology Department and the health care team. Responsibilities include patient care, operating radiographic equipment, performing radiologic procedures, and assisting the radiologist. Examinations conducted may include x-ray imaging, computer tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and mammography. Conforming to the regulations in the use of radiation to protect themselves, their patient, and coworkers
This two-year program is offered in partnership with St. Vincent’s Infirmary. A total of 79 credit hours
The program is accredited
Admission into the program is competitive and completed by St. Vincent’s. Applications are accepted between November 1 and March 1. St. Vincent’s will contact eligible students for an interview.
*-For students who intend to pursue higher level degrees that will require two semesters of A and P credit, completion of both BIOL 1402 and BIOL 1403 with a grade of C or better can be used to satisfy this course requirement.
Bachelor’s Degree Completer
UA-PTC has entered into an academic agreement with the University of Arkansas at Ft. Smith to offer a track for students to complete a bachelor’s degree after completing the program. There are two tracks to choose from:
Additional general education courses are required for entry into bachelor’s program. More information can be provided by meeting with the UA-PTC Program Director.
Tuition and fees are collected by UA-PTC. The total cost of the program is derived from UA-PTC standard tuition and fees, special program fee, books, and other professional costs. Financial aid is available to students through UA-PTC.
This program of study includes required summer courses and special program fees beyond current tuition and college fees.