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Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Goal 1: The students will exhibit a high level of clinical performance and competence.

Student learning outcomes:

  • The student will demonstrate procedural skill development to competently perform diagnostic imaging procedures.
  • The student will demonstrate the knowledge of radiation protection to provide a safe imaging environment for the patient, themselves, and other health care professionals.

Goal 2: The students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Student learning outcomes:

  • The student can determine the need to modify standard procedures and technical factors to accommodate patient conditions and other variables.
  • The student will perform non-routine examinations on trauma patients.

Goal 3: The students will practice effective communication skills.

Student learning outcomes:

  • The student will communicate scientific research effectively.
  • The student will communicate effectively with patients and health care professionals.

Goal 4: The students will exhibit professional growth and development.

Student learning outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate responsibility and attentiveness in clinical rotations. 
  • Students will demonstrate further research and knowledge of professional opportunities. 

Goal 5: The program will maintain effectiveness.

Student learning outcomes:

  • The program will retain/graduate students accepted into the program.
  • Graduates will pass the ARRT exam on the first attempt.
  • Graduates will become employed within a reasonable time following graduation.
  • Employers surveyed will indicate satisfaction with the effectiveness of graduates as entry-level imaging professionals.
  • Graduates will indicate the educational experience received adequately prepared them for employment as entry-level imaging professionals.