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Tuesday, September 30
SIER 209, Dandini Campus
Wednesday, October 1
RDMT 111, Dandini Campus
Information on this page has been approved by the department and is current as of January 2014.
The hospitals associated with the program require a background check and drug testing to insure the safety of the patients treated by program students.
Students selected for the program will be required to comply prior to starting the program (instructions to be provided by the Program Coordinator after acceptance into the Radiologic Technology Program).
Student Radiologic Technologists must be able to perform the essential functions of the unit/department in which they are rotating. These can include any of the following:
If the student is unable to perform any of the above functions, they should notify the program coordinator upon acceptance into the Radiologic Technology Program.
|BIOL 223 and BIOL 224 (Anatomy & Physiology I and II)
(prerequisite: BIOL 190)
8 Credits BIOL 141 and BIOL 142 (Human Structure and Function I and II)
(not transferable for advanced imaging degrees)
|RAD 101 (Exploration in Radiology)||0.5 credit|
|ENG 101 (Composition I)||3 credits|
|NURS 130 (Nursing Assistant)||6 credits|
|CLS 151 (Phlebotomy)||2 credits|
|CLS 152 (Applied Phlebotomy)||2 credits|
|For students starting in 2014: MATH 105 (Math for Radiology Technicians)||3 credits|
|For students starting 2015: MATH 120 (Fundamentals of Mathematics)||3 credits|
|Semester I (Fall)||Semester III (Fall)|
|IS 101 (Intro Information Systems)||3 credits||RAD 230 (Clinical Radiography III)||3 credits|
|RAD 103 (Medical Ethics)||1 credit||RAD 236 (Rad Contrast/Routine Exams)||2 credits|
|RAD 110 (Fundamentals of Clinical Radiography)||2 credits||RAD 238 (Radiation Safety & Protection)||2 credits|
|RAD 112 (Medical Term & Patient Care)||2 credits||Social Science/Humanities or Diversity||3 credits|
|RAD 116 (Radiography I)||3 credits||English/Communication||3 credits|
|RAD 118 (Radiology Physics & Circuitry)||3 credits|
|Total Required Credits||14 credits||Total Required Credits||13 credits|
|Semester II (Spring)||Semester IV (Spring)|
|US & Nevada Constitution||3 credits||RAD 242 (Radiology Queality Management)||1 credit|
|RAD 124 (Radiographic Photo & Tech)||3 credits||RAD 244 (Diag. & Thermal Radiation)||2 credits|
|RAD 125 (Clinical Radiography I)||2 credits||RAD 245 (Clinical Radiography IV)||3 credits|
|RAD 126 (Radiography II)||3 credits||RAD 247 (Radiology Quality Control)||1 credit|
|RAD 128 (Imaging Equipment)||3 credits||RAD 259 (Seminar in Radiography)||2 credits|
|Human Relations||3 credits|
|Total Required Credits||14 credits||Total Required Credits||12 credits|
|Summer Session I|
|RAD 220 (Clinical Radiography II)||3 credits|
|Total Required Credits||3 credits|
|RAD 110 (Fundamentals of Clinical Radiography)||2 credits||Fall I||256 hours|
|RAD 125 (Clinical Radiography I)||2 credits||Spring I||256 hours|
|RAD 220 (Clinical Radiography II)||3 credits||Summer I||400 hours|
|RAD 230 (Clinical Radiography III)||3 credits||Fall II||384 hours|
|RAD 245 (Clinical Radiography IV)||3 credits||Spring II||384 hours|
|Total Hours||1680 hours|
Listed below are the estimated student costs for an Associate in Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology at TMCC. Please see the TMCC College Catalog for the most current information and other applicable fees.
|Tuition and Fees|
|Note: does not include out-of-state fees, which may be applicable. Subject to change by the Board of Regents without notice.|
|In-state Fall and Spring semester||$84.50 per credit|
|Summer Session||$87.50 per credit|
|77.5 credits @ $84.50 per credit||$6,548.75|
|3 credits @ $87.50 per credit (Summer Session)||$262.50|
(one time fee for new students)
There may be some additional costs besides those that are listed.
|Background check with precheck.com
(cost will vary depending on student)
(one time through CertifiedBackground.com)
|Lab & Special fees||$303.50|
(with CertifiedBackground.com -- for 2 years)
(Hepatitis B, MMR, TDaP, DP, Varicella)
|Inital two-step TB skin test||$30.00|
|Annual one-step TB skin test||$15.00|
|Health Care Provider CPR Card
(must remain current)
(Patches, Lead Markers, 6 semester ID Badges, etc.)
|Estimated Overall Costs, without Insurance||$9,343.25|
The TMCC Radiologic Technology Program begins each fall semester. Admission to the program is limited to 16 students and requires specific admission procedures. Students are selected by means of a formal program application and the calculation of assigned points. Applicants must be at least 17 years old.
In order to apply to the Radiologic Technology Program you must:
|Note: The following courses must have been completed in the past five years. Equivalent courses from other accredited colleges are acceptable, but must be approved by TMCC. These courses must be documented through official transcripts on file with TMCC's Admissions and Records office before application to the program.|
Submit the completed application and documentation by March 1 of the current year to the TMCC Science Division Dean's Office (Dandini Campus, Red Mountain Building, Room 324) or by mail (it is recommended to request return receipt if mailing the application) to:
TMCC Science Division
Radiologic Technology Program
7000 Dandini Blvd., RDMT 324
Reno NV 89512
Selection to the Radiologic Technology Program will be based on information obtained from the admission requirements and the number of points the applicant receives.
Eligible students will be numerically ranked according to total points. Points will be awarded for:
Admission will be offered to the applicants on the list with the highest points. In the event of applicants having an equal number of points, the student's HESI score (without rounding) will be used to break the tie. If the HESI score does not resolve the tie, lots will be drawn to decide selection.
The HESI examination may only be taken once per year. HESI scores from other testing centers will not be accepted. Selection to the Radiologic Technology program is conducted annually. Applicants not selected must reapply for consideration the following year.
After being selected for admission, in response to a letter from the program coordinator, the student will submit the following pertinent documentation prior to the first day of class:
Progression in the program is contingent upon maintaining a grade of C (75%) or better in all Radiologic Technology courses. All Radiologic Technology courses (except RAD 101) must be taken in the sequence outlined in the Radiologic Technology curriculum.
General Education degree requirements must be completed before graduation from the program in order to earn the AAS degree in Radiologic Technology. Since classes may be schedule during both day and evening hours, the faculty recommends completion of as many General Education requirements as possible prior to selection to the program.
IS 101 must be completed prior to the spring semester of the first year in the program.
Students completing the Associate of Applied Science Radiologic Technology Degree will:
|RAD 101 (Exploration in Radiology)|
|NURS 130 (Nursing Assistant)|
|CLS 151/152 (Phlebotomy & Applied Phlebotomy)|
|BIOL 141 & 142 or BIOL 223 & 224|
|ENG 101 (Composition I)
or see General Education requirements for AAS degree in the TMCC College Catalog
|MATH 120 (Fundamentals of College Mathematics) or higher|
|Have a 2.7 GPA in Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology coursework|
|Have transcripts from other colleges and universities sent to the TMCC Admissions and Records Office or to Radiologic Technology|
|Additional required documents needed for Radiologic Technology Program application (transcripts, proof of HS Graduation or GED/HSE, health occupation certifications, etc.)
Note: Copies must be provided by applicant; Radiologic Tech Program will not make copies for you.
It is strongly recommended that these courses be completed prior to entrance into the Radiologic Technology Program. They are part of the admission point system for selection to the program. If you will be seeking financial aid while in the program, please contact the Financial Aid Office to determine the impact of this recommendation on your status and qualifications.
|IS 101 (Introduction to Information Systems)|
|U.S. & Nevada Constitution (3 credits)|
|Diversity/Social Science/Humanities (3 credits)|
|Human Relations (3 credits)|
|English/Communications (3 credits)
Note: cannot be ENG 101 which is a prerequisite
|MATH 126 (Pre-Calculus I or higher)|
|CHEM (100 level transferable or higher)|
|BIOL 190 (Intro to Cellular and Molecular Biology)|
|BIOL 223/224 (Anatomy and Physiology I and II)|
|Complete and submit the Radiologic Technology Program Application by the posted deadline (March 1)|
|Take the HESI examination. You will obtain your HESI testing ticket when you turn in your application. HESI exams are open March through Mid-June. Selection will be made after the HESI exam date in June.|
|To complete your application, you must submit a copy of your HESI results to the Radiologic Technology Program office (RDMT 324) by the posted deadline (June 15).|
A copy of the current credentials must be supplied (credential must be awarded by March 1).
|Acceptable Health Occupation with Direct Patient Care|
|CNA||Medical Assistant||Physical Therapy Assistant|
|Dietician||Medical Technologis||Respiratory Therapist|
|Dental Assistant||Non-ARRT Rad Tech||Registered Nurse or LPN|
|Dental Hygienist||Occupational Therapist||Surgical Technologist|
|If your credentialed occupation is not listed above, prior approval is required from the Program Coordinator|
The Health Education System, Inc. (HESI) test can only be taken once per year. Percent score on English, Math, Science, and Critical Thinking will be averaged and divided by 10, rounded to 1 decimal point.
Maximum of 2 attempts per course in a 5 year period (including "W").
("A" = 2 points; "B" = 1 point; "C" = 0 points)
Must earn a "C" or better for points