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Medical Radiologic Technology

2013 Annual Program Completion rate:
100% (12/12 Completed/Enrolled students)
Source: Nichols Career Center data
            
5 Year (2009-2013) average Completion rate:
90% (61/68 Completed/Enrolled Students)
Source: Nichols Career Center data
               
5 Year (2009-2013) average Credentialing Exam Pass rate:
98% (60/61 Number pass over the number of first time examinees within 6 months of graduation)
Source: Nichols Career Center data

2009-2013 Job Placement rate:
89% (54/61 Number placed over the number of program graduates)
Source: Nichols Career Center data

US Department of Labor Wage Estimate
2012 Mean Annual Salary $50,080
Source: US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment Wage Estimates Missouri 2012

Average Starting Salaries
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Graduate Status
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Student Learning Outcomes 
Upon completion of the program the students should be able to:

Critical Thinking
Outcome #1a:  
Students will demonstrate the ability to adapt positioning according to patient needs and conditions.
Outcome #1b:

 

Students will demonstrate critical thinking skills by studying an ethical dilemma that pertains to healthcare and presenting possible solutions.

Communication
Outcome #2a:  
Students will demonstrate effective communication with other healthcare providers, patients, families and the community.
Outcome #2b:  
Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills through assigned coursework.

Clinical Competency
Outcome #3a:  
Students will demonstrate entry-level technical skills necessary to complete clinical competencies and assume a position as a registered radiologic technologist within the health care system.
Outcome #3b:  
Students will demonstrate skills necessary to provide proper radiation protection to self, patients, family members and other health care personnel and will follow radiation protection protocols.

Professionalism
Outcome #4a:  
Students will adhere to the job readiness/work ethics standards set forth by the college.
Outcome #4b:  
Students will understand the importance of ethics, professionalism, and professional organizations in regards to the radiologic technology profession.

Continue Your Education
After starting your career following graduation from LSTC, you may want to advance your education. Please visit our Continue Your Education page to learn about partnerships and articulation agreements that allow you to seamlessly transfer credits to pursue a baccalaureate degree. 






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