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Radiographic Science

Want a career in radiography? Start your journey with us today and we will put you on the right path!

Explore Which Degree is Right for You

Radiographic Science (AS)

This degree program is competitive and requires a separate formal application. It prepares students for the national radiography certification examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

Learn how to apply to the Radiographic Science AS degree program

Radiographic Science (BS) (Online)

The RSBS degree is for someone who is currently in or has graduated from an accredited RS program. A separate application is required.

Learn how to apply to the RS BS degree program

Radiographic Science: Computed Tomography (BS) (Online)

The RS:Computed Tomography BS program is designed for individuals who have completed an AS degree in Radiographic Science and for other healthcare professionals who are licensed, registered or certified in their respective areas of training. The degree program serves as a foundation for graduate and/or further professional study. 

Learn how to apply to the RS:CT BS degree program

JRCERT Accreditation

LC State's Radiographic Sciences Program is accredited through the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). www.JRCERT.org 

View JRCERT Accreditation Data

About Us

Mission

To produce competent practitioners in the field of diagnostic imaging who demonstrate professionalism and a commitment to high quality patient care.

Outcomes

Upon completion of the program, graduates will:

  1. Demonstrate clinical competency.
    • Student Learning Outcomes:
      • Apply positioning skills grounded in strong didactic knowledge
      • Accurately choose technical factors for all examinations
      • Demonstrate knowledge of and practice radiation safety principles
  2. Demonstrate strong communication skills.
    • Student Learning Outcomes:
      • Communicate effectively with clinical staff and patients
      • Practice written communication skills
  3. Demonstrate critical thinking.
    • Student Learning Outcomes:
      • Efficiently adapt and achieve success when confronted with challenging conditions
      • Skillfully adjust to differing computer interfaces and radiographic equipment
  4. Demonstrate professionalism and ethical judgment skills.
    • Student Learning Outcomes:
      • Exhibit accountability, dependability and present themselves in a professional manner
      • Demonstrate professionalism and ethical judgment

ARRT® Certification

Graduates of the Associate of Science in Radiographic Science degree program are eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national certification exam. To be certified as an ARRT Radiography Technologist, graduates must successfully pass the ARRT® Radiography exam. Some individual states require a state license to be eligible to work as a radiologic technologist in that state. A state license is separate from ARRT®certification and registration. The state of Idaho does not require state licensing for Radiologic Technologists to practice. If you wish to obtain a state specific license, you must meet the individual state’s requirements and apply directly to that state.


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