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Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology

Wor-Wic’s radiologic technology program is nationally accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. This associate of applied science degree program is designed to prepare graduates for jobs as radiologic technologists. Radiologic technologists use radiation to provide detailed images of the tissues, organs, bones and vessels of the human body, producing quality diagnostic examinations while providing essential patient care services. Radiologic technologists are employed in hospitals, clinics, private offices, industry, civil service, public health facilities and educational institutions. They can pursue careers in computed tomography, angiography, ultrasonography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, cardiac catheterization, management or education.

Students enrolled in this program obtain clinical experiences at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Peninsula Imaging, Peninsula Orthopaedic Associates, and Your Docs In in Salisbury, as well as at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin and McCready Health in Crisfield. Individuals who successfully complete the program can take a certification and licensure examination in radiography administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). State certification as a medical radiation technologist is required for employment in Maryland.

Wor-Wic also offers an opportunity for a hospital-trained registered radiologic technologist to obtain an associate of applied science degree by successfully completing 35 credit hours of course work and a simulated ARRT examination.

Due to the limited number of spaces available in this program, selection is on a competitive basis. Interested individuals must follow the procedures in the Radiologic Technology Admission Information PacketAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon, which is available in the radiologic technology department, in the admissions office or on the college website. In order to be considered for admission into the program that begins in the summer, prospective students must complete the admission requirements by the second Friday in May.

In order to graduate with an associate of applied science degree, students must obtain a grade of "C" or better in all radiologic technology, biology and mathematics courses. Students must also meet all clinical objectives and maintain current cardiopulmonary resuscitation certification while enrolled in the program.

The Mission

The radiologic technology program at Wor-Wic Community College provides students with a comprehensive didactic, laboratory, and clinical education that prepares graduates with the technical expertise for employment in the profession. Graduates from the radiologic technology program will exhibit the professional and personal attributes contributing to the delivery of quality care to patients in our community. The program supports the college’s vision by developing an exceptional workforce through excellence in education.

For additional information about the radiologic technology program, contact Karie Solembrino, Radiologic Technology Department Head.

Goals & Learning Outcomes

Goal Statement Student Learning Outcomes
  • 1. Students will be clinically competent.
  1. Students will position patients accurately to produce diagnostic radiographic images.
  2. Students will apply appropriate exposure technical factors for imaging exams.
  3. Students will practice radiation safety and apply radiation protection principles.
  • 2. Students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving skill proficiency in a variety of patient care contexts.
  1. Students will modify imaging procedures during a multiple exam series.
  2. Students will evaluate the diagnostic quality of radiographs.
  3. Students will modify imaging procedures and demonstrate patient care assessment skills according to the patient’s medical condition.
  • 3. Students will demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.
  1. Students will practice effective written communication skills.
  2. Students will practice effective oral communication skills.
  • 4. Students will develop professionalism and ethical behavior.
  1. Students will demonstrate professional growth and development during the Radiologic Technology program.
  2. Students will demonstrate an understanding of professional ethics practices in Radiologic Technology.
  3. Students will practice professionalism through professional service involvement.

Program Effectiveness Data

PER JRCERT STANDARD 5.3 "Makes available to the general public program effectiveness dataExternal Link (credentialing examination pass rate, job placement rate, and program completion rate) on an annual basis."

WWCC Radiologic Technology Program Effectiveness DataAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon

Program Completion Rate

WWCC Radiologic Technology Program Completion Rate InformationAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon

Program Outlines

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S. Degree, ACT Admission TrackAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S. Degree, GPA Admission TrackAdobe Portable Document Format (PDF) icon

Accreditation Information

The Wor-Wic Community College Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). The program has a full 8-year accreditation award from the JRCERT and the next review date is planned for 2025. Wor-Wic Community College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The Wor-Wic Community College Radiologic Technology program effectiveness data will be available on the JRCERT and the Wor-Wic Community College websites.

The following includes the contact information for the JRCERT:

20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
Telephone: (312) 704-5300
Fax: (312) 704-5304

Additional Information

For additional information about radiologic sciences and pursuing a career as a radiologic technologist, please refer to the following professional websites:

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists

American Society of Radiologic Technologists

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology

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