Mission and Program Effectiveness
LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE AAS RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
Graduates of this program of study will:
- Be clinically competent;
- Communicate effectively;
- Use critical thinking and problem-solving skills effectively; and
- Evaluate the importance of professional growth and development.
Program Effectiveness (Asheville Campus)
|Program Effectiveness Data||Statistics|
|2014 – 2018 ARRT Certification Examination||5 Year Average = 68%|
34 Graduates sat for the exam
23 Students passed exam on first-attempt
|2014 – 2018 Job Placement Rate|
(graduates seeking employment)
|5 Year Average = 93%|
30 Students sought employment
28 Students were employed
|2018 Retention Rate||2018 Annual Retention = 44%|
9 Students enrolled in the program
4 Students graduated from the program
|2018 Graduate Satisfaction||4.04 (1-5 scale)|
|2018 Employer Satisfaction||4.00 (1-5 scale)|
The mission of the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology programs is to provide undergraduate students with academic and clinical foundations to competently perform as radiographers that provide quality patient care, actively participate in the profession, possess the ability to specialize in advanced degree programs and/or imaging specialties, and pursue life-long learning.
The Radiologic Technology program maintains a comprehensive curriculum, which includes verifying the competence and professionalism of our students. Faculty and staff work together to promote an optimal educational experience for all students, promoting diversity, critical thinking, leadership, and life-long learning.