Radiologic Technology, A.S.

General Education requirements and prerequisite courses related to the radiology program are required to graduate from the Radiologic Technology Program.  In addition to the general education and prerequisite courses, 64 units of the Radiology Program Curriculum must be completed to earn an Associate of Science Degree in Radiology. See counselor for recommended vocational and academic courses.


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MSJC General Education Option A

Plan of Study Grid
Fall Semester 1Units
PSYC-101 Introduction to Psychology 3
MATH-105 College Algebra (or any College Level Math numbered 100 or above.) 4
ENGL-101 College Composition 3
CSCR-100 College Success and Career Readiness 3
Spring Semester 1
ANAT-101 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4
PS-101 Introduction to American Government and Politics 3
AH-105 Medical Terminology 3
Interpersonal Communication
or Public Speaking
Select one of the following: 3
Ethnic Politics in America
Black History in the American Context
American Indian Literature (formerly ENGL-240)
Latinx/Chicanx Literature
Multiethnic Literature (formerly ENGL-280)
Summer 1
Elementary Spanish I
or American Sign Language I
ANAT-102 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4
Fall Semester 2
RAD-510 Radiology Physics & Imaging Techniques 4
RAD-515 Radiographic Positioning I 6
RAD-520 Patient Care & Medical Ethics for Radiographers 3
Spring Semester 2
RAD-525 Radiology Externship 7
RAD-530 Radiographic Positioning II 6
RAD-535 Special Procedures & Venipuncture 2
RAD-540 Radiobiology 2
Summer 2
RAD-645 Radiology Internship I 6
RAD-650 Radiography Review I 1
Fall Semester 3
RAD-655 Radiology Internship II 12.5
RAD-660 Radiography Review II 1
Spring Semester 3
RAD-665 Radiology Internship III 12.5
RAD-670 Radiography Review III 1
 Total Units101

Completion of prerequisite courses required for the Radiologic Technology Program (may include GE courses).

Minimum cumulative college level GPA of 2.5 on 4.0 scale with a grade of "C" or better in the following courses:

Course Title Credits
AH-105Medical Terminology3
ANAT-101Human Anatomy & Physiology I4
ANAT-102Human Anatomy & Physiology II4
COMM-103Interpersonal Communication3
or COMM-100 Public Speaking
MATH-105College Algebra3-4
or any College Level Math numbered 100 or higher
Total Units17-18
Course Title Credits
RAD-510Radiology Physics & Imaging Techniques4
RAD-515Radiographic Positioning I6
RAD-520Patient Care & Medical Ethics for Radiographers3
RAD-525Radiology Externship7
RAD-530Radiographic Positioning II6
RAD-535Special Procedures & Venipuncture2
RAD-645Radiology Internship I6
RAD-650Radiography Review I1
RAD-655Radiology Internship II12.5
RAD-660Radiography Review II1
RAD-665Radiology Internship III12.5
RAD-670Radiography Review III1
Total Units64
Course Title Credits
MSJC General Education Option A24
Program Prerequisites14
Required Radiologic Technology Courses64

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