RADIOLOGIC    TECHNOLOGY      PROGRAM                              Master Plan of Education                               ...
Contents INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................
TEXTBOOKS ...................................................................................................................
Introduction         Moultrie Technical College welcomes you to the Radiography Program. We hope that your time spent here...
The entire operation of the Moultrie Technical College Program of Radiologic Technology shall be directed bya very real co...
Accreditation MTC ACCREDITATION                                      Commission of the Council on Occupational EducationMo...
ASSESSMENT PLAN Standard Five:     The program develops and implements a system of planning and evaluation of studentlearn...
 Outcomes Assessment Plan                                         Moultrie Technical College                              ...
Goal #2: Students will communicate effectively.Outcome                       Measurement Tool Benchmark                 Ti...
Goal #3: Students will employ critical thinking.Outcome                       Measurement Tool Benchmark                Ti...
Analysis Goal #1: Students of the program will demonstrate clinical competence.Expected Outcome        Analysis           ...
Goal #2: Students will communicate effectively.Expected Outcome         Analysis            Actual              Action Pla...
Effective          100% of the         Continue to monitor students               communication      students            w...
Goal #3: Students will employ critical thinking.Expected Outcome          Analysis           Actual           Action Plan ...
Goal #4: Students will demonstrate professional growth and development.Expected Outcome           Analysis             Act...
  Program Effectiveness                               2007-2011      Outcomes       2007   2008          2009   2010    20...
BOARDS                                 MTC BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kent Hamilton, Colquitt County                      Dawn Joh...
STATE­AT­LARGE MEMBERS                        Dean Alford, Conyers Shaw Blackmon, Warner Robins               Lynn Cornett...
ADVISORY COMMITTEES                                                                                                       ...
   ganizationOrg        nal Chart                                                                        Dr. Tina K       ...
ACADEMIC CALENDAR                             MOULTRIE TECHNICAL COLLEGE                            2011 - 2012 ACADEMIC C...
SUMMER SEMESTER 2012May 9, 2012              Wednesday                                Teacher WorkdayMay 10-16, 2012      ...
August 20, 2012    Monday                   Late RegistrationAugust 21, 2012    Tuesday         Book Day/Teacher WorkdayAu...
Radiologic Technology ­ RT23 Curriculum The Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program is a sequenc...
Program Requirements                                      RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM                          Radiologi...
6/105     Principles of Radiographic        _________       _______          _________            ______ RADT 1070        ...
                                   Curriculum Sequence                       RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM           Radio...
 Competency Curriculum Imaging Procedure                       Mandatory                    Course                   Semes...
35. Cervical Spine                      M   RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II   2nd Semester36. Trauma: Cervical Spine ...
General Patient CareRequirement: Candidates must demonstrate competence in all six patient care activities listed below. T...
COURSE DESCRIPTION General Core Courses (15 hours)                                                                        ...
Occupational Courses (78 hours)COMP 1000                                                                                  ...
Continues the study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Topics include the endocrine system,cardiovascular sy...
Continues to develop the knowledge required to perform radiographic procedures. Topics include: anatomy androutine project...
agencies and regulations; introduction to radiation biology; cell anatomy, radiation/cell interaction; and effectsof radia...
RADT 2260                                                                                 Credit HoursRadiologic Technolog...
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY COURSE SCHEDULE Occupational Course CurriculumRADT         LECTURE   LAB       CLINIC    TOT      CR...
Radiologic Technology Fundamental Occupational Courses RADT          LECTU    LAB       CLINIC     TOTA      CRED   Total ...
Radiologic Technology Program General Core Courses RADT          LECTUR   LAB      CLINIC   TOTAL     CREDI    Total     C...
Radiologic Technology Elective Courses                                                  Student Select 1 RADT          LEC...
Textbooks        Prior to the start of classes each year the faculty reviews and selects textbooks that meet the needs of ...
ENGL 2130 - American Literature         Perkins, George and Barbara Perkins. (2009). The American Tradition in Literature....
RADT 2360 - Clinical Radiography V       Frank, Long & Smith. (2012). Merrills atlas of radiographic positions and radiogr...
SYLLABI                                             BIOL 2113                                         COURSE SYLLABUS     ...
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  1. 1. RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Master Plan of Education 2012 - 2013 This Handbook is intended as a supplement to the general Moultrie Technical College Student Handbook. Issues pertaining to the entire student population are addressed in the campus-wide Handbook.1 Revised June 2012
  2. 2. Contents INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................. 4 MISSION ................................................................................................................................................ 4  Moultrie Technical College Mission............................................................................................................................. 4  Program Mission Statement .......................................................................................................................................... 4 PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY .................................................................................................................. 4 PROGRAM OBJECTIVES .................................................................................................................... 5 ACCREDITATION ................................................................................................................................ 6  MTC ACCREDITATION............................................................................................................................................. 6  RADIOLOGY PROGRAM ACCREDITTION............................................................................................................ 6 ASSESSMENT PLAN ........................................................................................................................... 7  Outcomes Assessment Plan .......................................................................................................................................... 7  Analysis ....................................................................................................................................................................... 11  Program Effectiveness ................................................................................................................................................ 16 BOARDS .............................................................................................................................................. 17  MTC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ................................................................................................................................ 17  STATE BOARD MEMBERS ..................................................................................................................................... 17  STATE-AT-LARGE MEMBERS .............................................................................................................................. 18  Advisory Board ........................................................................................................................................................... 19  Organizational Chart ................................................................................................................................................... 20 ACADEMIC CALENDAR .................................................................................................................. 21 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY - ...................................................................................................... 24 RT23 CURRICULUM ......................................................................................................................... 24  Program Requirements ................................................................................................................................................ 25  Curriculum Sequence .................................................................................................................................................. 27  Competency Curriculum ............................................................................................................................................. 28  COURSE DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................................... 31  General Core Courses .............................................................................................................................................. 31  Occupational Courses .............................................................................................................................................. 32 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY COURSE SCHEDULE .................................................................. 37 2 Revised June 2012
  3. 3. TEXTBOOKS ...................................................................................................................................... 41  Core Classes ................................................................................................................................................................ 41  PROGRAM CURRICULUM CLASSES ................................................................................................................... 42 SYLLABI ............................................................................................................................................. 44 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM .................................................................................. 230  Grading System ..................................................................................................................................................... 329 CLINICAL PLAN .............................................................................................................................. 333  Introduction to Clinical Setting ................................................................................................................................. 333  Pre-Clinical Requirements ........................................................................................................................................ 334  Clinical Orientations.............................................................................................................................................. 334  Clinical Instructor ..................................................................................................................................................... 335  Bi-Weekly Evaluation ............................................................................................................................................... 336  Tri-Weekly Evaluation .............................................................................................................................................. 336  Clinical Performance Skills ...................................................................................................................................... 336  Clinical Competencies Requirements ....................................................................................................................... 337  Competency Instruction ........................................................................................................................................ 338  CLINICAL COMPETENCY EVALUATION ..................................................................................................... 340  Competency Grading ............................................................................................................................................. 340  CHALLENGE COMPETENCIES ........................................................................................................................ 341  Competencies Remediation ................................................................................................................................... 341  Competency Evaluator .......................................................................................................................................... 341 CLINICAL GRADING SYSTEM ..................................................................................................... 342 GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................. 343  MTC GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................. 344  RADIOLOGY PROGRAM GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS........................................................................... 345 THE ARRT CERTIFICATION EXAMINATION ............................................................................ 345 3 Revised June 2012
  4. 4. Introduction  Moultrie Technical College welcomes you to the Radiography Program. We hope that your time spent herewill exceed your expectations. We are interested in your professional growth in your chosen field of study -Radiologic Technology. You will find your instructors willing and anxious to help you. Your success will be in directproportion to the effort you put forth. This manual has been prepared to inform you of guidelines and procedures affecting you as a radiographystudent at Moultrie Technical College. The guidelines and procedures stated in this manual are intended tosupplement those that are stated in the Moultrie Technical College Catalog. Keep this manual and the College Catalogto refer to as necessary. Any changes in established guidelines and procedures will be given to you as written memosand you may add them to this manual.Mission Moultrie Technical College Mission Moultrie Technical College is a multiple campus institution of higher learning whose mission as part of the TechnicalCollege System of Georgia is to provide a culture of learning through occupational education, academic education,distance education, business and industry training, and workforce development supporting the education andeconomic advancement of Colquitt, Tift, Turner, and Worth counties.The college fulfills its mission by providing accessible, quality education leading to associate degrees, diplomas,technical certificates of credit, and programs to assist adults in literacy education.Program Mission Statement The mission of the Moultrie Technical College Radiology Program is to provide a comprehensive education, whichwill prepare graduates with the entry- level skills necessary to seek employment as a radiographer and receive anAssociate’s Degree at the end of the program.Program Philosophy The concept of professional technical education, regardless of the form such education may take, is firmly based inthe belief that the capability of the individual to contribute as a member of the society is related not only to thedistinctive capabilities inherent in each person, but also to learned knowledge and to the development of thosecapabilities.4 Revised June 2012
  5. 5. The entire operation of the Moultrie Technical College Program of Radiologic Technology shall be directed bya very real concern for the individual student, and recognition that individual advancement, through the acquisition ofknowledge and skills, enhances the ability of the student to meet his or her needs as well as those of the society. Consistent with the philosophy, the administration and faculty of the school take the position that students arehere to access a means for personal and professional growth and development. The curriculum, objectives andprogram policies are intended to promote this position.Program Objectives Mission:The mission of the Moultrie Technical College Radiology Program is to provide a comprehensive education, whichwill prepare graduates with the entry- level skills necessary to seek employment as a radiographer and receive anAssociate’s Degree at the end of the program.Goal: Students of the program will demonstrate clinical competence.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate appropriate positioning skills. Students will evaluate images for diagnostic quality. Students will utilize appropriate radiation protection proceduresGoal: Students will communicate effectively.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will use effective oral communication skills. Students will use effective written communication skills.Goal: Students will employ critical thinking skillsStudent Learning Outcomes: Students will manipulate technical factors for non-routine competencies Students will evaluate the developed radiograph for appropriate image qualityGoal: Students will demonstrate professional growth and development.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will be evaluated for professional growth and development.5 Revised June 2012
  6. 6. Accreditation MTC ACCREDITATION   Commission of the Council on Occupational EducationMoultrie Technical College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Council on Occupational Education. Inquiriesregarding accreditation should be addressed to the Council on Occupational Education, 41 Perimeter Center East, NE, Suite 640,Atlanta, GA 30346 or (770) 396-3898.RADIOLOGY PROGRAM ACCREDITTION  Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)The Moultrie Technical College Program of Radiologic Technology is fully accredited by the Joint ReviewCommittee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Students graduating from accredited programs may be eligible toapply to sit for the national examination sponsored by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. In additionto JCERT eligibility requirements, all senior students in their final quarter must pass a simulated registry examination(usually held in the latter part of May as a component of RAD 126), to be permitted to graduate and sit for theA.R.R.T exam. Minimum passing score is 75%.Accreditation of an educational program provides students, as graduates, assurance that the program will provide them with therequisite knowledge, skills, and values to competently perform the range of professional responsibilities expected by potentialemployers nationwide. It also assures they will be eligible for licensure in each of the 50 states. By requiring programs to teachthe entire curriculum developed by the national professional organization, the American Society of Radiologic Technology, italso assures students they will have the foundation knowledge to continue to develop as professionals in the various fields of theradiation sciences.Accreditation of educational programs assures patients that students who perform procedures have appropriate supervisionduring the educational process. It also assures them that graduates will have met the minimum level of competency as definednationally by the profession.The program complies with requirements to achieve and maintain JRCERT recognition of all clinical educationsettings. The clinical education settings currently recognized by the JRCERT are Brooks County Hospital, Quitman,GA Colquitt Regional Medical Center in Moultrie, Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center in Tallahassee,Fla. and Tift Regional Medical Center, Tifton, Ga. (Includes West Campus). JRCERT 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850 Chicago, IL 60606-3182 (301) 704-5300 www.jrcert.org 6 Revised June 2012
  7. 7. ASSESSMENT PLAN Standard Five: The program develops and implements a system of planning and evaluation of studentlearning and program effectiveness outcomes in support of its mission.Student LearningObjective 5.1Develops an assessment plan that, at a minimum, measures the program’s student learning outcomes in relation to thefollowing goals: clinical competence, critical thinking, professionalism, and communication skills. Radiologic Technology Program Summer 2010 – Spring 2011Mission:The mission of the Moultrie Technical College Radiology Program is to provide a comprehensive education, whichwill prepare graduates with the entry- level skills necessary to seek employment as a radiographer and receive anAssociate’s Degree at the end of the program.Goal: Students of the program will demonstrate clinical competence.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will demonstrate appropriate positioning skills Students will evaluate images for diagnostic quality. Students will utilize appropriate radiation protection proceduresGoal: Students will communicate effectively.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will use effective oral communication skills. Students will use effective written communication skills.Goal: Students will employ critical thinking skillsStudent Learning Outcomes: Students will manipulate technical factors for non-routine competencies Students will evaluate the developed radiograph for appropriate image qualityGoal: Students will demonstrate professional growth and development.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will be evaluated for professional growth and development.  7 Revised June 2012
  8. 8.  Outcomes Assessment Plan  Moultrie Technical College Radiologic Technology Summer 2010– Spring 2011Goal #1: Students of the program will demonstrate clinical competence.Outcome Measurement Tool Benchmark Timeframe Responsible PartyStudents will perform Bi Weekly Average Score of 4 1st Year Spring Clinicalpositioning skills. Evaluation or higher 6-point Semester Coordinator Performance Skill scale #2 Clinical Score 8-10 Points 2nd Year Fall Clinical Competency Form Semester Coordinator Positioning Section Question 3Students will evaluate Bi Weekly 4.0 or Higher 1st Year Spring Clinicalimages for diagnostic Evaluation 6 points Scale Semester Coordinatorquality. Perform Skills Section Question #8 Clinical 80 Points ≥ 2nd Year Fall Clinical Competency Semester Coordinator Section 2 Image EvaluationStudents will utilize Tool Task 3.5 ≥ on a 5 point 1st Year Fall Clinical Instructorappropriate radiation Evaluation Sheet likert scale Semesterprotection procedures. Section 3 Tri Weekly 4 ≥ on a 6 point 2nd Year Fall Clinical Instructor General Diagnostic likert scale Semester Question #78 Revised June 2012
  9. 9. Goal #2: Students will communicate effectively.Outcome Measurement Tool Benchmark Timeframe Responsible PartyStudents will use effective Task Evaluation 3.5≥ on a 1-5 likert Fall Semester 1st Clinical Instructororal communication skills. sheet Scale Year Question 3 Patient Care Management section Oral Presentation 80% Satisfactory Winter Semester Course Instructor Winter Semester 1st 1st Year Year On a 1-17 point system Rubrics Tri Weekly Average Score of 4 Winter Semester Clinical Fluoroscopy or higher (6-point 2nd Year Coordinator scale) Question # 7Students will use effective Article Review 50 points 1st Year Winter Clinicalwritten communication Summary Semester Coordinatorskills.9 Revised June 2012
  10. 10. Goal #3: Students will employ critical thinking.Outcome Measurement Tool Benchmark Timeframe Responsible PartyStudents will manipulate Clinical Student will Score 2nd Year Clinicaltechnical factors for non- competency form: 30 points or above Coordinator Technical Winter Semesterroutine competencies factor/marker sectionStudents will evaluate the Bi-Weekly Student will Score 2nd Year student Clinicaldeveloped radiograph for Evaluation Form 5≥ on a Likert Coordinator 5th semesterappropriate image quality Scale 0-6 Quality of Work SectionGoal #4: Students will demonstrate professional growth and development.Outcome Measurement Tool Benchmark Timeframe Responsible PartyStudents will be evaluated Bi-Weekly Student will Score 2nd Year student Clinicalfor professional growth and Evaluation Form 5≥ on a Likert Coordinator 8th semesterdevelopment. Scale 0-6 Progress Section Bi-Weekly Student will Score 2nd Year student Clinical Evaluation Form 5≥ on a Likert Coordinator 7th semester Scale 0-6 Self Image Section10 Revised June 2012
  11. 11. Analysis Goal #1: Students of the program will demonstrate clinical competence.Expected Outcome Analysis Actual Outcome Action Plan85 % of students will Students 100% of student Monitor incoming first yearbe able to surveyed scored surveyed scored students to follow trenddemonstrate clinical 4 and above on either 4 or abovecompetence. the Bi Weekly Evaluation Performance Skill #2 2nd year students During the fall Periodically evaluate senior surveyed scored semester 100% of students by using a challenge 8 or above on the the 2nd year competency clinical students placed competence form the patient in the correct position for competencies85 % of the students 6 out of 8 75% of the Continue to review images inwill be able to students scored 4 students surveyed the clinical setting.evaluate images in or higher on a 6 scored above 4their first year spring point likert scale. on the imagesemester for evaluationdiagnostic quality. section nd 2 year students 85% of the During the second year, scored above 80 students surveyed reinforce the value of image points on the scores 80 or critique in the classroom clinical above. setting and continue to monitor competency student progress. section.85% of the students First year 90% of the Continue to monitor radiationwill utilize students surveyed students scored protection with the Tri-Weeklyappropriate radiation scored 3.5 or above 3.5 evaluation instrument to assureprotection above on a 5 that students gain a thoroughprocedures. point likert scale. understanding of the value of radiation protection. Students 100% of the Monitor students with other surveyed students surveyed evaluation instrument to demonstrated scored 4 or above measure radiation safety appropriate on a 6 point likert interest. radiation scale protection skills11Revised 2012
  12. 12. Goal #2: Students will communicate effectively.Expected Outcome Analysis Actual Action Plan Outcome85% of students will Students surveyed 90% of the Monitor students during labuse effective oral exhibited oral students practices. Encouragecommunication skills. communication surveyed scored students to role play as they skills 3.5 and above on practice to increase skills and a 5 point likert confidence. scale Students 80% of the The instructor will present demonstrated students more opportunities in the effective oral surveyed scored classroom for oral communication satisfactory on a communication through during oral 1-17 point various assignments. presentation system85% of students will Students surveyed 100 % of the Monitor studentsdemonstrate effective demonstrated studentswritten communication effective written surveyed scoredskills. communication 50 points on the article review assignment.12Revised 2012
  13. 13. Effective 100% of the Continue to monitor students communication students writing skills during the 5- was demonstrated surveyed scored 7th semesters. by students satisfactorily on surveyed. the written assessment,13Revised 2012
  14. 14. Goal #3: Students will employ critical thinking.Expected Outcome Analysis Actual Action Plan Outcome85% of the students Students surveyed 90% of the Students demonstratedwill manipulate students technical factor manipulationtechnical factors for Demonstrated surveyed skills on non routine exams.non-routine appropriate scored 30 and We will continue to monitor technical factor above. student’s ability to makecompetencies manipulation adjustments on non-routine skills on non- exams. routine competencies85% of the students be Students 100% of the The second year students willable to evaluate the demonstrated students continue to e monitoreddeveloped radiograph adequate skills surveyed during film critiquefor appropriate image recognizing scored 5 or opportunities in the clinicalquality image quality. greater on a 6 and didactic settings. point likert scale.14Revised 2012
  15. 15. Goal #4: Students will demonstrate professional growth and development.Expected Outcome Analysis Actual Action Plan Outcome85% of the students will Senior students 100 % of the The professional growth andemploy professional surveyed in the student scored development will continue togrowth and 8th semester 5 or above on a be monitored in the comingdevelopment. demonstrated 6 point likert months. appropriate skills scale. in professional growth and development. 7th semester 90% of the Work ethics will be monitored students surveyed students scored through bi-weekly showed good 5 or greater on evaluations. progress in their a 6 point likert self-image. scale15Revised 2012
  16. 16.   Program Effectiveness  2007-2011 Outcomes 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 ResultsARRT Certification 92% 100% 100% 97% 100% 97%ExamPAS Job Placement 100% 92.3% 100% 100% 83.3% 95.1%Annual Program 67% 78% 79% 78.9% 88% 78%Completion RateGraduate 93% 100% 88% 100% 92% 94.6%SatisfactionEmployer 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%Satisfaction16Revised 2012
  17. 17. BOARDS  MTC BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kent Hamilton, Colquitt County Dawn Johns, Colquitt CountyEllen Eaton, Tift County Brinson Brock, Turner CountyLewis Herndon, Colquitt County Katrina McIntosh, Colquitt CountyLynn Lovett, Tift County Bill Boone, Worth County Cal McMillan, Worth County STATE BOARD MEMBERS  First Congressional District Second Congressional District Ben I. Copeland, Sr., Lakeland Sandra B. Reed, MD, Thomasville Third Congressional District Fourth Congressional District Frank S. “Chunk” Newman, West Point Vacant Fifth Congressional District Sixth Congressional District Don L. Chapman, Atlanta Carl E. Swearingen, Atlanta Seventh Congressional District Eighth Congressional District Michael L. “Sully” Sullivan, Duluth L. McGrath Keen, Jr., Dublin Ninth Congressional District Tenth Congressional District Dinah C. Wayne, Flowery Branch Cedric J. Johnson, Augusta Eleventh Congressional District Twelfth Congressional District Otis Raybon, Jr., Rome Tommy David, Statesboro Thirteenth Congressional District John H. “Pepper” Bullock, Palmetto17Revised 2012
  18. 18. STATE­AT­LARGE MEMBERS  Dean Alford, Conyers Shaw Blackmon, Warner Robins Lynn Cornett, Sandy Springs, Vice Chair Mary Paige Flanders, Savannah Paul Holmes, Atlanta, Chair Ronnie Rollins, Macon Sylvia Russell, Atlanta Earl Smith, Marietta Ben J. Tarbutton, Jr., Sandersville COMMISSIONER Ron Jackson 1800 Century Place NE, Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30345-430418Revised 2012
  19. 19. ADVISORY COMMITTEES   Advisory Board Program advisory committees annually evaluate academic instructional programs and make recommendationsfor changes in the following areas: program purpose and objectives, program admission requirements, programcontent and length, instructional materials, equipment, skill levels and/or proficiency required for programcompletion, and methods of program evaluation. The program advisory committees also makerecommendations regarding the program structure, curriculum, and elimination and addition of programs.Recommendations recorded in the program advisory minutes are reviewed by the Executive Vice President andmay result in improvements as documented by the Administrative Response Report. The permanent members ofthe Advisory Committee include:Dr. Jacob Schwartz MD, ............................................................................................. Medical DirectorAlfred Jones, .S. Ed., RT (R) ..................................................................................... Program DirectorBuffie Spencer, M. S. Ed., RT (R) ……………………………… ............................ Clinical Coordinator.Ashley Shiver RT (R) ............................................................................................... Clinical InstructorDavid Spence RT (R) ................................................................................................ Radiology ManagerTracie Grace RT (R) ................................................................................................. Radiology ManagerFaye Clark RT (R) .................................................................................................... Clinical InstructorMandy Hobby RT (R) ............................................................................................... Clinical InstructorBrenda Blair RT (R) .................................................................................................. Clinical InstructorAubrey O’Neal RT (R) ............................................................................................. Clinical Instructor In addition, each year, a senior student of Radiologic Technology is named to the Advisory Committee byits members. This student serves until graduation and, due to his or her special awareness of student interestsand concerns is a key member of the team. 19Revised 2012
  20. 20.   ganizationOrg nal Chart    Dr. Tina K K. Anderson Pres sident Mr. Jim m Glass Executive V Vice President Ms. Tina a Strickland  Dean for Academic Affairs De ebra Craft  Allied Hea alth Coordinator r Mr r. Alfred Jones Pro ogram Director Ms. Buffie Spencer Instr ructor / Clinical  Coordinator C Broo oks County  Tift Regiona al  Colquit Regional  TMH Hospital Medical Centter Medica al Center Main Cam mpus West (Affinity)  Aubry Oneal  Brenda Blair  Man ndy Hobby Faye Clark Ashley Sh hiver Kristin Bryan Clinical Instructor C al Instructor Clinica Clinica al Instructor tructor Clinical Inst Clinical Inst tructor Clinical Instructor  C o  20Revis 2012 sed
  21. 21. ACADEMIC CALENDAR  MOULTRIE TECHNICAL COLLEGE 2011 - 2012 ACADEMIC CALENDARSPRING SEMESTER 2012January 4, 2012 Wednesday Teacher WorkdayJanuary 5, 2012 Thursday Late RegistrationJanuary 6, 2012 Friday Book Day/Teacher WorkdayJanuary 9, 2012 Monday SPRING SEMESTER Classes BeginJanuary 11, 2012 Wednesday Last Day to DropJanuary 12, 2012 Friday Last Day to AddJanuary 16, 2012 Monday Holiday (School Closed)February 10, 2012 Friday SkillsUSA (no classes)February 27-March 2, 2012 Monday-Friday Advisement/Pre-Registration WeekMarch 1, 2012 Thursday MidtermMarch 30, 2012 Friday Foundation Kickoff (no classes)April 2-6, 2012 Monday -Friday Spring Break/Annual Leave Option-FacultyApril 9, 2012 Monday New Student Registration (no classes)May 3, 2012 Thursday Spring Semester EndsMay 4 & 7, 2012 Friday & Monday EXAM Days Teacher Workday/Institutional MeetingMay 8, 2012 Tuesday Luncheon21Revised 2012
  22. 22. SUMMER SEMESTER 2012May 9, 2012 Wednesday Teacher WorkdayMay 10-16, 2012 Thursday-Wednesday Annual Leave Option-FacultyMay 17, 2012 Thursday Late RegistrationMay 18, 2012 Friday Teacher WorkdayMay 21, 2012 Monday SUMMER SEMESTER Classes BeginMay 23, 2012 Wednesday Last Day to DropMay 25, 2012 Friday Last Day to AddMay 28, 2012 Monday Holiday (School Closed)June 25, 2012 Monday MidtermJune 25-29, 2012 Monday-Friday Advisement/Pre-Registration WeekJuly 2-3, 2012 Monday-Tuesday Annual Leave Option - Faculty (no classes)July 4, 2012 Wednesday Holiday (School Closed)July 5-6, 2012 Thursday-Friday Annual Leave Option - Faculty (no classes)July 16, 2012 Monday New Student Registration (no classes)August 7, 2012 Tuesday Summer Semester Ends Wednesday-August 8-9, 2012 EXAM Days ThursdayFALL SEMESTER 2012August 10, 2012 Friday Teacher WorkdayAugust 13-17, 2012 Monday-Friday Annual Leave Option-Faculty22Revised 2012
  23. 23. August 20, 2012 Monday Late RegistrationAugust 21, 2012 Tuesday Book Day/Teacher WorkdayAugust 22, 2012 Wednesday FALL SEMESTER Classes BeginAugust 24, 2012 Friday Last Day to DropAugust 28, 2012 Tuesday Last Day to Add23Revised 2012
  24. 24. Radiologic Technology ­ RT23 Curriculum The Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree program is a sequence of courses thatprepares students for positions in radiology departments and related businesses and industries. Learningopportunities develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition,retention, and advancement. The program emphasizes a combination of didactic and clinical instructionnecessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive a Radiologic Technology Associate ofApplied Science Degree, have the qualifications of a radiographer, and are eligible to sit for a nationalcertification examination for radiographers.24Revised 2012
  25. 25. Program Requirements  RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree RT03Name__________________________________ Student ID Number_____________________________Advisor________________________________ Date Enrolled __________________________________Graduation Application Date_____________________________Admission Criteria: Required Age: 18 High School Diploma or GED Yes ASSET COMPASS Minimum Test Scores: Reading: 42 81 Student Score:_____ Writing: 42 62 Student Score:_____ Algebra: 42 37 Student Score:_____GENERAL CORE COURSE CURRICULUM COURSE CREDIT/ COURSE Semester Semester NO. CON NAME ENROLLED CAMPUS COMPLETED GRADE HRS ENGL 1101 Composition & Rhetoric _________ _______ _________ ______ 3/45 ENGL 2130 3/ American Literature _________ _______ _________ ______ MATH 1111 3/45 College Algebra _________ _______ _________ ______ PSYC 1101 3/ Introduction to Psychology _________ _______ _________ ______ ALHS 1109 3/75 _________ _______ _________ ______ Medical Terminology COMP 1000 3/75 Introduction to _________ _______ _________ ______ MicrocomputersOCCUPATIONAL COURSE CURRICULUM 4/45 Anatomy and Physiology I _________ _______ _________ ______ BIOL 2113 4/45 _________ _______ _________ ______ BIOL 2114 Anatomy and Physiology II 4/75 RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology _________ _______ _________ ______ 3/75 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 1030 Body Trunk and Upper Extremity 3/75 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 1060 Lower Extremity and Spine25Revised 2012
  26. 26. 6/105 Principles of Radiographic _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 1070 Exposure I 2/30 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2190 Contrast Procedures 7/315 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 1330 Cranium Procedures 6/105 Principles of Radiographic RADT 1160 Procedures II _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2190 2/ Radiographic Pathology and 2/60 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3/45 Principles of Radiation Biology _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 1200 and Protection 4/40 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2260 Radiologic Technology Review 4/180 RADT 1320 Clinical Radiography I _________ _______ _________ ______ 7/315 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 1330 Clinical Radiography II _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2340 6/240 Clinical Radiography III 7/315 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2350 Clinical Radiography IV 9/405 _________ _______ _________ ______ RADT 2360 Clinical Radiography V ELECTIVESelect one elective from the list below:: ENGL 1105 Technical Communications ---------- ------------ ------------------ ECON 1101 Introduction to Economics ----------- ------------- --------- SPCH 1101 Public Speech ----------- ------------ ------------ --------- SOCI 1101 Introduction to Sociology ---------- ----------- --------- ENGL 1102 Literature and Composition ----------- ----------- ------------------Program Exit Assessment:Date Assessed: _______ Passed: ________ Remediation Required*: ______*Remediation Plan: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________  26Revised 2012
  27. 27.   Curriculum Sequence  RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM Radiologic Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree RT03 Semester Course Title Credit Number Hours Prerequisite ENGL 1101 Composition and Rhetoric 3 Prerequisite ENGL 2130 American Literature 3 Prerequisite MATH 1111 College Algebra 3 Prerequisite BIOL 2113 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 Prerequisite BIOL 2114 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 Prerequisite PSYC 1101 Introductory Psychology 4 Prerequisite ALHS 1109 Medical Terminology for Allied Health Sciences 2 Prerequisite COMP 1000 Introduction to Computers 3 Elective 3 Fall 1st Year RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 4 Fall 1st Year RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 3 Fall 1st Year RADT 1320 Clinical Radiography I 4 Spring 1st Year RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 3 Spring 1st Year RADT 1330 Clinical Radiography II 7 Spring 1st Year RADT 1070 Principles of Imaging I 6Summer 1st Year RADT 1200 Principles/Rad Bio&Protection 3Summer 1st Year RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 2Summer 1st Year RADT 2340 Clinical Radiography III 6 Fall 2nd Year RADT 1160 Principles of Radiographic Imaging II 6 Fall 2nd Year RADT 2190 Radiographic Pathology 2 Fall 2nd Year RADT 2350 Clinical Radiography IV 7 Spring 2nd Year RADT 2260 Radiologic Technology Review 3 Spring 2nd Year RADT 2360 Clinical Radiography V 9 Total 93 27Revised 2012
  28. 28.  Competency Curriculum Imaging Procedure Mandatory Course Semester Lab or Elective SimulatedChest and Thorax1. Chest Routine M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester2. Chest AP (Wheelchair or Stretcher) M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester3. Ribs M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester4. Chest Lateral Decubitus E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester5. Sternum E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester6. Upper Airway (Soft-Tissue Neck) E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st SemesterUpper Extremity7. Thumb or Finger M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester8. Hand M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester9. Wrist M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester10. Forearm M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester11. Elbow M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester12. Humerus M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester13. Shoulder M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester14. Trauma: Shoulder (Scapular Y, M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st SemesterTransthoracic or Axillary)*15. Clavicle E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester16. Scapula E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester17. AC Joints E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester18. Trauma: Upper Extremity M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester(Nonshoulder)*Lower Extremity19. Toes E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester20. Foot M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester21. Ankle M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester22. Knee M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester23. Tibia-Fibula M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester24. Femur M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester25. Trauma: Lower Extremity* M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester26. Patella E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester27. Calcaneus (Os Calcis) E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st SemesterHead28. Skull E RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd Semester29. Paranasal Sinuses M RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd Semester30. Facial Bones E RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd Semester31. Orbits E RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd Semester32. Zygomatic Arches E RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd Semester33. Nasal Bones E RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd Semester34. Mandible E RADT 2090 Radiographic Procedures III 3rd SemesterImaging Procedure Mandatory Course Semester or Elective TitleSpine and Pelvis28Revised 2012
  29. 29. 35. Cervical Spine M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester36. Trauma: Cervical Spine (Cross E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd SemesterTable Lateral)*37. Thoracic Spine M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester38. Lumbar Spine M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester39. Pelvis M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester40. Hip M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester41. Cross Table Lateral Hip M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester42. Sacrum and/or Coccyx E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester43. Scoliosis Series E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester44. Sacroiliac Joints E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd SemesterAbdomen45. Abdomen Supine (KUB) M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester46. Abdomen Upright M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester47. Abdomen Decubitus E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester48. Intravenous Urography E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd SemesterFluoroscopy Studies49. Upper GI Series (Single or Double E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd SemesterContrast)50. Barium Enema (Single or Double M RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd SemesterContrast)51. Small Bowel Series RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester52. Esophagus E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester53. Cystography/Cystourethrography E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester54. ERCP E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester55. Myelography E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd Semester56. Arthrography E RADT 1060 Radiographic Procedures II 2nd SemesterSurgical Studies57. C-Arm Procedure (Orthopedic) M RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st Semester58. C-Arm Procedure (Non- E RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st SemesterOrthopedic)Mobile Studies59. Chest M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester60. Abdomen M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester61. Orthopedic M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st SemesterPediatrics (age 6 or younger)62. Chest Routine M RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester63. Upper Extremity E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester64. Lower Extremity E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester65. Abdomen E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester66. Mobile Study E RADT 1030 Radiographic Procedures I 1st Semester29Revised 2012
  30. 30. General Patient CareRequirement: Candidates must demonstrate competence in all six patient care activities listed below. Theactivities should be performed on patients; however, simulation is acceptable (see endnote) if state orinstitutional regulations prohibit candidates from performing the procedures on patients. General Patient Care Course SemesterCPR Prerequisite PrerequisiteVital signs (blood pressure, pulse, RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st Semesterrespiration)Sterile and aseptic techniques RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st SemesterVenipuncture RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st SemesterTransfer of patient RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st SemesterCare of patient medical equipment (e.g., RADT 1010 Introduction to Radiology 1st Semesteroxygen tank IV tubing  30Revised 2012
  31. 31. COURSE DESCRIPTION General Core Courses (15 hours) CreditHoursENGL1101Composition and Rhetoric 3Explores the analysis of literature and articles about issues in the humanities and in society. Students practicevarious modes of writing, ranging from exposition to argumentation and persuasion. The course includes areview of standard grammatical and stylistic usage in proofreading and editing. An introduction to libraryresources lays the foundation for research. Topics include writing analysis and practice, revision, and research.Students write a research paper using library resources and using a formatting and documentation styleappropriate to the purpose and audience.ENGL2130 Credit HoursAmerican Literature 3Emphasizes American literature as a reflection of culture and ideas. A survey of important works in Americanliterature. Includes a variety of literary genres: short stories, poetry, drama, nonfiction, and novels. Topicsinclude literature and culture, essential themes and ideas, literature and history, and research skills.MATH1111 Credit HoursCollege Algebra 3Emphasizes techniques of problem solving using algebraic concepts. Topics include fundamental concepts ofalgebra, equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, and systems of equations; optional topics includesequences, series, and probability or analytic geometry.PSYC 1101 Credit HoursIntroductory Psychology 3Introduces the major fields of contemporary psychology. Emphasis is on fundamental principles of psychologyas a science. Topics include research design, the organization and operation of the nervous system, sensationand perception, learning and memory, motivation and emotion, thinking and intelligence, lifespan development,personality, psychopathology and interventions, stress and health, and social psychology.General Core Elective Credit Hours 331Revised 2012
  32. 32. Occupational Courses (78 hours)COMP 1000 Credit HoursIntroduction to Computers 3Introduces the fundamental concepts, terminology, and operations necessary to use computers. Emphasis isplaced on basic functions and familiarity with computer use. Topics include an introduction to computerterminology, the Windows environment, Internet and email, word processing software, spreadsheet software,database software, and presentation software.ALHS 1090 Credit HoursMedical Terminology for Allied Health Sciences 2Introduces the elements of medical terminology. Emphasis is placed on building familiarity with medical wordsthrough knowledge of roots, prefixes, and suffixes. Topics include: origins (roots, prefixes, and suffixes), wordbuilding, abbreviations and symbols, and terminology related to the human anatomy.BIOL 2113 Credit HoursAnatomy and Physiology I 3Introduces the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Emphasis is placed on the development of asystemic perspective of anatomical structures and physiological processes. Topics include body organization,cell structure and functions, tissue classifications, integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, andnervous and sensory systems.BIOL 2113L Credit HoursAnatomy and Physiology Lab I 1Selected laboratory exercises paralleling the topics in BIOL 2113. The laboratory exercises for this courseinclude body organization, cell structure and functions, tissue classifications, integumentary system, skeletalsystem, muscular system, and nervous sensory systems.BIOL 2114 Credit HoursAnatomy and Physiology II 332Revised 2012
  33. 33. Continues the study of the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Topics include the endocrine system,cardiovascular system, blood and lymphatic system, immune system, respiratory system, digestive system,urinary system, and reproductive system.BIOL 2114L Credit HoursAnatomy & Physiology Lab II 1Selected laboratory exercises paralleling the topics in BIOL 2114. The laboratory exercises for this courseinclude the endocrine system, cardiovascular system, blood and lymphatic system, immune system, respiratorysystem, digestive system, urinary system, and reproductive system.RADT 1010 Credit HoursIntroduction to Radiology 4Introduces a grouping of fundamental principles, practices, and issues common to many specializations in thehealth care profession. In addition to the essential skills, students explore various delivery systems and relatedissues. Provides the student with an overview of radiography and patient care. Students will be oriented to theradiographic profession as a whole. Emphasis will be placed on patient care with consideration of both physicaland psychological conditions. Introduces a grouping of fundamental principles, practices, and issues common tomany specializations in the health care profession. In addition to the essential skills, students explore variousdelivery systems and related issues. Topics include: ethics, medical and legal considerations, Right to KnowLaw, professionalism, basic principles of radiation protection, basic principles of exposure, equipmentintroduction, health care delivery systems, hospital and departmental organization, hospital and technicalcollege affiliation, medical emergencies, pharmacology/contrast agents, media, OR and mobile procedurespatient preparation, death and dying, body mechanics/transportation, basic life support/CPR, and patient care inradiologic sciences.RADT 1030 Credit HoursRadiographic Procedures I 3Introduces the knowledge required to perform radiologic procedures applicable to the human anatomy.Emphasis will be placed on the production of quality radiographs, and laboratory experience will demonstratethe application of theoretical principles and concepts. Topics include: introduction to radiographic procedures;positioning terminology; positioning considerations; procedures, anatomy, and topographical anatomy related tobody cavities, bony thorax, upper extremities, shoulder girdle; and lower extremities.RADT 1060 Credit HoursRadiographic Procedures II 333Revised 2012
  34. 34. Continues to develop the knowledge required to perform radiographic procedures. Topics include: anatomy androutine projections of the pelvic girdle; anatomy and routine projections of the spine, gastrointestinal (GI)procedures; genitourinary (GU) procedures; biliary system procedures; and minor procedures.RADT 1070 Credit HoursPrinciples of Imaging I 6Content is designed to establish a basic knowledge of atomic structure and terminology. Also presented are thenature and characteristics of radiation, x-ray production and the fundamentals of photon interactions withmatter. Factors that govern the image production process, film imaging with related accessories, and a basis foranalyzing radiographic images. Included are the importance of minimum imaging standards, discussion of aproblem-solving technique for image evaluation and the factors that can affect image quality. Actual imageswill be included for analysis.RADT1160 Credit HoursPrinciples of Imaging II 6Content is designed to impart an understanding of the components, principles and operation of digital imagingsystems found in diagnostic radiology. Factors that impact image acquisition, display, archiving and retrievalare discussed. Guidelines for selecting exposure factors and evaluating images within a digital system assiststudents to bridge between film-based and digital imaging systems, with a knowledge base in radiographic,fluoroscopic, mobile and tomographic equipment requirements and design. This content also provides a basicknowledge of quality control, principles of digital system quality assurance and maintenance are presented.Content is designed to provide entry-level radiography students with principles related to computed tomography(CT) imaging, and other imaging modalities (i.e., MRI, US, NM, Mammography) in terms of purpose,principles, equipment/material, and procedure. Topics include: imaging equipment, digital image acquisitionand display, and basic principles of CT and other imaging modalities. Topics include: imaging equipment,digital image acquisition and display, and basic principles of CT and other imaging modalitiesRADT 1200 Credit HoursPrinciples of Radiation Biology & Protection 3Provides instruction on the principles of cell radiation interaction. Radiation effects on cells and factorsaffecting cell response are presented. Acute and chronic effects of radiation are discussed. Topics include:radiation detection and measurement; patient protection; personnel protection; absorbed dose equivalencies;34Revised 2012
  35. 35. agencies and regulations; introduction to radiation biology; cell anatomy, radiation/cell interaction; and effectsof radiation.RADT 1320 Credit HoursClinical Radiography I 4Introduces students to the hospital clinical setting and provides an opportunity for students to participate in orobserve radiographic procedures. Topics include: orientation to hospital areas and procedures; orientation tomobile/surgery; orientation to radiography and fluoroscopy; participation in and/or observation of proceduresrelated to body cavities, the shoulder girdle, and upper extremities. Activities of students are under directsupervision.RADT 1330 Credit HoursClinical Radiography II 7Continues introductory student learning experiences in the hospital setting. Topics include: equipmentutilization; exposure techniques; attend to and/or observation of routine projections of the lower extremities,pelvic girdle, and spine; attend to and/or observation of procedures related to the gastrointestinal (GI),genitourinary (GU), and biliary systems; and attend to and/or observation of procedure related to minorradiologic procedures. Execution of radiographic procedures will be conducted under direct and indirectsupervision.RADT2090 Credit HoursRadiographic Procedures III 2Continues to develop the knowledge required to perform radiographic procedures. Topics include: anatomy androutine projections of the cranium; anatomy and routine projections of the facial bones; anatomy and routineprojections of the sinuses; sectional anatomy of the head, neck, thorax and abdomen.RADT 2190 Credit HoursRadiographic Pathology 2Content is designed to introduce the student to concepts related to disease and etiological considerations.Pathology and disease as they relate to various radiographic procedures are discussed with emphasis onradiographic appearance of disease and impact on exposure factor selection. Topics include: fundamentals ofpathology, trauma/physical injury, and systematic classification of disease.35Revised 2012
  36. 36. RADT 2260 Credit HoursRadiologic Technology Review 3Provides a review of basic knowledge from previous courses and helps the student prepare for nationalcertification examinations for radiographers. Topics include: image production and evaluation; radiographicprocedures; anatomy, physiology, pathology, and terminology; equipment operation and quality control;radiation protection; and patient care and education.RADT 2340 Credit HoursClinical Radiography III 6Provides students with continued hospital setting work experience. Students continue to develop proficiency inexecuting procedures introduced in Radiographic Procedures. Topics include: patient care; behavioral andsocial competencies; performance and/or observation of minor special procedures, special equipment use, andparticipation in and/or observation of cranial and facial radiography. Execution of radiographic procedures willbe conducted under direct and indirect supervision.RADT 2350 Credit HoursClinical Radiography IV 7Provides students with continued hospital setting work experience. Students continue to develop proficiency inexecuting procedures introduced in Radiographic Procedures. Topics include: sterile techniques; participation inand/or observation of minor special procedures, special equipment use, and genitourinary system procedures;and participation in and/or observation of cranial and facial radiography; and competency completionevaluation. Execution of radiographic procedures will be conducted under direct and indirect supervision.RADT 2360 Credit HoursClinical Radiography V 9Provides students with continued hospital setting work experience. Students demonstrate increased proficiencylevels in skills introduced in all of the radiographic procedures courses and practiced in previous clinicalradiography courses. Topics include: patient care; behavioral and social competency; advanced radiographicanatomy; equipment utilization; exposure techniques; sterile techniques; integration of procedures and/orobservation of angiographic, interventional, minor special procedures; integration of procedures and/orobservation of special equipment use; integration of procedures and/or observation of routine and specialradiographic procedures; and final completion of all required clinical competencies. Execution of radiographicprocedures will be conducted under direct and indirect supervision.Total Credit Hours: 9336Revised 2012
  37. 37. RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY COURSE SCHEDULE Occupational Course CurriculumRADT LECTURE LAB CLINIC TOT CRED CONT CONT CONT CONT CONT CONT CONT CONT CONTCOURSE # HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. HRS. (15 (15 (15 (10 (10 (10 (5 (5 (5 WK) WK) WK) WK) WK) WK) WK) WK) WK)Proposed WEE WEEK WEE WEE WEE WEE WEE WEE WEEKSemester K 60 55 MIN K 50 K 60 K 55 K 50 K 60 K 55 50 MINSchedule MIN PEROI MIN MIN MIN MIN MIN MIN PEROID PERO D PERO PERO PERO PERO PERO PERO ID ID ID ID ID ID IDFALL (1)(15 WEEK)RADT 2250.0 1500.0 0.0 3750 4.0 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 12.5 13.6 15.01010RADT 1500.0 2250.0 0.0 3750 3.0 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 12.5 13.6 15.01030RADT 0.0 0.0 9000.0 9000 4.0 10.0 10.9 12.0 12 15 18 30.0 32.7 36.01320SPRING (1)(15 WEEK)RADT 1060 1500.0 2250.0 0.0 3750.0 3.0 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 12.5 13.6 15.0RADT 1070 3750.0 1500.0 0.0 5250.0 6.0 5.8 6.4 7.0 8.8 9.5 10.5 17.5 19.1 21.0RADT 1330 0.0 0.0 15750 15750. 7.0 17.5 19.1 21.0 26.3 28.6 31.5 52.5 57.3 63.0SUMMER (1)(10WEEK)RADT 1200 2250.0 0.0 0.0 2250.0 3.0 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 7.5 8.2 9.0RADT 2090 1500.0 0.0 0.0 1500.0 2.0 1.7 1.8 2.0 2.5 2.7 3.0 5.0 5.5 6.0RADT 2340 0.0 0.0 13500 13500. 6.0 15.0 16.4 18.0 22.5 24.5 27.0 45.0 49.1 54.0FALL (2)(15 WEEK)RADT 1160 1500.0 2250. 0.0 3750.0 3.0 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 12.5 13.6 15.0 0RADT 2190 1500.0 0.0 0.0 1500.0 2.0 1.7 1.8 2.0 2.5 2.7 3.0 5.0 5.5 6.0RADT 2350 0.0 0.0 15750.0 15750. 7.0 17.5 19.1 21.0 26.3 28.6 31.5 52.5 57.3 63.0SPRING (2)(15 WEEK)RADT 2260 2250.0 0.0 0.0 2250.0 3.0 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 7.5 8.2 9.0RADT 2360 0.0 0.0 20250 20250. 9.0 22.5 24.5 27.0 33.8 36.8 40.5 67.5 73.6 81.037Revised 2012
  38. 38. Radiologic Technology Fundamental Occupational Courses RADT LECTU LAB CLINIC TOTA CRED Total CONTA CONTAC CONTAC CONTAC CONTA CONTA COURSE RE AL L IT Contac CT HRS. T HRS. T HRS. T HRS. CT HRS. CT HRS. # HRS. t Hrs. (15 WK) (15 WK) (15 WK) (10 WK) (10 WK) (10 WK) Proposed WEEKL WEEKLY WEEKLY WEEKLY WEEKL WEEKL Semester Y 60 55 MIN 50 MIN 60 MIN Y 55 Y 50 Schedule MIN PEROID PEROID PEROID MIN MIN PEROID PEROID PEROIDFALL (1)(15 WEEK) RADT 2250.0 1500.0 0.0 3750.0 4.0 75 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 1010 RADT 1500.0 2250.0 0.0 3750.0 3.0 75 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 1030 RADT 0.0 0.0 9000.0 9000.0 4.0 180 10.0 10.9 12.0 12 15 18 1320SPRING (1)(15 WEEK) RADT 1500.0 2250.0 0.0 3750.0 3.0 75 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 1060 RADT 3750.0 1500.0 0.0 5250.0 6.0 105 5.8 6.4 7.0 8.8 9.5 10.5 1070 RADT 0.0 0.0 15750.0 15750.0 7.0 315 17.5 19.1 21.0 26.3 28.6 31.5 1330SUMMER (1)(10WEEK) RADT 2250.0 0.0 0.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1200 RADT 750.0 2250.0 0.0 3000.0 2.0 60 3.3 3.7 4.0 5.0 5.45 6.0 2090 RADT 0.0 0.0 13500.0 13500.0 6.0 270 15.0 16.4 18.0 22.5 24.5 27.0 2340FALL (2)(15 WEEK) RADT 3750 15000.0 0.0 5250.0 6.0 105 5.8 6.5 7.0 8.8 9.5 10.0 1160 RADT 1500.0 0.0 0.0 1500.0 2.0 30 1.7 1.8 2.0 2.5 2.7 3.0 2190 RADT 0.0 0.0 15750.0 15750.0 7.0 315 17.5 19.1 21.0 26.3 28.6 31.5 2350SPRING (2)(15 WEEK) RADT 2250.0 0.0 0.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 2260 RADT 0.0 0.0 20250.0 20250.0 9.0 405 22.5 24.5 27.0 33.8 36.8 40.5 236038Revised 2012
  39. 39. Radiologic Technology Program General Core Courses RADT LECTUR LAB CLINIC TOTAL CREDI Total CONTA CONTAC CONTACT CONTAC CONTA CONTA COURSE E AL Min T HRS. Contact CT T HRS. HRS. T HRS. CT HRS. CT # Hrs. HRS. (15 WK) (15 WK) (10 WK) (10 WK) HRS. (15 (10 WK) WK) Proposed WEEK WEEKLY WEEKLY WEEKLY WEEKL WEEK Semester LY 60 55 MIN 50 MIN 60 MIN Y 55 LY 50 Schedule MIN PEROID PEROID PEROID MIN MIN PEROI PEROID PEROI D D ENGL 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1101 ENGL 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 2130 MATH 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1111 PSYC 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1101 COMP 750.0 3000.0 3750.0 3.0 75 4.2 4.5 5.0 6.3 6.8 7.5 1000 ALHS 1500.0 1500.0 2.0 30 1.7 1.8 2.0 2.5 2.7 3.0 1090 BIOL 2113 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 BIOL 2250.0 2250.0 1.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 2113L BIOL 2114 2250.0 2250.0 3.0. 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 BIOL 2250.0 2250.0 1.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 2114L Elective39Revised 2012
  40. 40. Radiologic Technology Elective Courses Student Select 1 RADT LECTUR LAB CLINIC TOTAL CREDI Total CONTA CONTAC CONTACT CONTAC CONTA CONTA COURSE E AL Min T HRS. Contact CT T HRS. HRS. T HRS. CT HRS. CT # Hrs. HRS. (15 WK) (15 WK) (10 WK) (10 WK) HRS. (15 (10 WK) WK) Proposed WEEK WEEKLY WEEKLY WEEKLY WEEKL WEEK Semester LY 60 55 MIN 50 MIN 60 MIN Y 55 LY 50 Schedule MIN PEROID PEROID PEROID MIN MIN PEROI PEROID PEROI D D ECON 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1101 SOCI 1101 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 SPCH 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1101 ENGL 2250.0 2250.0 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1105 ENGL 2250.0 2250.00 3.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1102 HUMN 2250.0 2250.0 2.0 45 2.5 2.7 3.0 3.8 4.1 4.5 1101  40Revised 2012
  41. 41. Textbooks  Prior to the start of classes each year the faculty reviews and selects textbooks that meet the needs of thecourses they teach. In some cases, textbooks may change from one year to the next, or a given book may bereleased in a new edition. It is the responsibility of the student to purchase all assigned books. The required textbooks for the fullprogram costs approximately $500.00. At the present time, the State of Georgia reimburses textbook expensesin the amount of $100.00 per semester; therefore, students who remain in the program will, over time, recovertheir initial outlay. Students may choose, at their own option, to purchase other reference books to assist them in theirstudies. Questions concerning the potential value of any reference should be referred to the Program Director. Radiologic Technology Program Book List 2012Core Classes ALHS 1090 - Medical Terminology for Allied Health Sciences Eagle, S.. (2011). Medical Terminology in a Flash: A Multiple Learning Style Approach. (2nd).Philadelphia, PA: F. A. Davis.BIOL 2113 - Anatomy and Physiology I Applegate, E.. (2011). The Anatomy and Physiology Learning System. (4th). Philadelphia, PA:SaundersBIOL 2114 - Anatomy and Physiology II Applegate, E..(2011). The Anatomy and Physiology Learning System. (4th). Philadelphia, PA:SaundersCOMP 1000 - Introduction to Computers Custom Program for CIS: Go! with Microsoft Office 2010 Moultrie Technical CollegeENGL 1101 - Composition and Rhetoric Bullock, R.. (2009). The Norton Field Guise to Writing. (2nd). New York, NY: W. W. Norton & Company.41Revised 2012
  42. 42. ENGL 2130 - American Literature Perkins, George and Barbara Perkins. (2009). The American Tradition in Literature. (Shorter 12th). Boston: McGraw Hill.MATH 1111 - College Algebra Blitzer, R.. (2009). College Algebra with Student Solutions Manual and MyMathLab.(5th). UpperSaddle, NJ: Prentice Hall.PSYC 1101 - Introductory Psychology ( th Kalat, J.. (2011). Introduction to Psychology. (9 ). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co.PROGRAM CURRICULUM CLASSES  Book ListRADT 1010 - Introduction to Radiology Adler, A. & Carlton, R.. (2007). Introduction to radiography and patient care. (4th). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders.RADT 1030 - Radiographic Procedures IRADT 1060 - Radiographic Procedures IIRADT 2090 - Radiographic Procedures III Frank, Long & Smith. (2012). Merrills atlas of radiographic positions and radiographic procedures. (12th). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.RADT 1070 - Principles of Imaging IRADT 1160 - Principles of Imaging II Adler, A. & Carlton, R. (2013). Principles of Radiographic Imaging: An Art and a Science. (4th). CliftonRADT 1200 - Principles of Radiation Biology and Protection Forshier, Steve . (2009). Essentials of Radiation, Biology and Protection. (2nd). Clifton Park: Delmar. http://www.cengage.com/cengage/productlist.do?disciplinenumber=366&courseid=DRT08&codeid=W17P&sortBy= copyrightYear&sortByShow=allRADT 2190 - Radiographic Pathology Eisenberg, R. & Johnson, N.. (2007). Comprehensive radiographic pathology. (4th). St. Louis, MO: Mosby/Elsevier.RADT 1320 - Clinical Radiography IRADT 1330 - Clinical Radiography IIRADT 2340 - Clinical Radiography IIIRADT 2350 - Clinical Radiography IV42Revised 2012
  43. 43. RADT 2360 - Clinical Radiography V Frank, Long & Smith. (2012). Merrills atlas of radiographic positions and radiographic procedures. (12th). St. Louis, MO: Mosby.RADT 2260 - Radiologic Technology Review Adler, A. & Carlton, R.. (2007). Introduction to radiography and patient care. (4th). Philadelphia, PA: Saunders. Frank, Long & Smith. (2012). Merrills atlas of radiographic positions and radiographic procedures. (12th). St. Louis, MO: Mosby. Forshier, Steve . (2009). Essentials of Radiation, Biology and Protection. (2nd). Clifton Park: Delmar. Eisenberg, R. & Johnson, N.. (2007). Comprehensive radiographic pathology. (4th). St. Louis, MO: Mosby/Elsevier.43Revised 2012
  44. 44. SYLLABI  BIOL 2113 COURSE SYLLABUS ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY IInstructor: Jorge Houed, M.D.Office location: B130, Veterans Parkway CampusEmail address: jhoued@moultrietech.eduOffice phone number: 229-217-4236Office hours: By appointmentCourse Number: BIOL 2113 Course Name: Anatomy & Physiology IProgram of Study: Allied Health Services Credit hours: 3Textbook: The Anatomy and Physiology Learning System, 4th ed. Study Guide, The Anatomy and Physiology Learning system, 4th ed.MISSION:Moultrie Technical College is a multiple campus institution of higher learning whose mission as part of theTechnical College System of Georgia is to provide a culture of learning through occupational education,academic education, distance education, business and industry training, and workforce developmentsupporting the education and economic advancement of Colquitt, Tift, Turner, and Worth counties.The college fulfills its mission by providing accessible, quality education leading to associate degrees,diplomas, technical certificates of credit, and programs to assist adults in literacy education.BIOL 2113 - Anatomy and Physiology I ( version 201003L )Standard InstitutionallyDevelopedCollege: N/AEDGECompatible:Yes Pre-requisites Regular Admission Co-requisites: All Required BIOL 2113L - Anatomy and Physiology Lab I (201003L)44Revised 2012

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