Director of Radiography
& Medical Imaging 

Ellen Collins, M.S., R.T.(R)(M)
PH 402.552.6140 TF 800.647.5500
collins@clarksoncollege.edu

Assistant Director of Radiography & Medical Imaging
Shelli Weddum, M.S., R.T.(R)
PH 402.552.6204 TF 800.647.5500
weddum@clarksoncollege.edu

Admission Policies

Enrollment in Clarkson College degree programs is limited through a selective admissions process. Admission policies and procedures are available from: the Admissions office, the College website, or in the Academic Policies & Procedures section (AD-1).

Curriculum Requirements

In order to complete the associate of science in radiography degree, students must successfully complete a total of 73 semester hours. Students are required to attend courses year round, with all radiography courses com­pleted in the sequence shown in the sample curriculum. Semester hours for the associate degree are distributed as follows:

  • Support and Health Care Core Courses = 24 semester hours (The following courses compose the 24 hours: Anatomy, Physiology, English Composition I, Medical Terminology, College Algebra and nine semester hours of Health Care Core Curriculum. Core Curriculum must be taken at Clarkson College. Each of these courses needs to be completed with a “C” or above.)
  • Major Courses = 49 semester hours (At least 20 semester hours must be completed at Clarkson College with at least 10 semester hours of 200-level courses.)

Program requires Health and Safety – View Health and Safety Information

Service Requirements

Service reflects a holistic view that focuses on how individuals provide high quality, ethical and compassionate service in the field of health care and the community at large. Students will become familiar with service agencies, connect learning with practice and engage in civic service activities to live and demonstrate the Clarkson College Values of Learning, Caring, Commitment, Integrity and Excellence.

All students are required to complete designated service courses as a component of their program of study. Successful completion of service experiences is required to pass the designated service courses. Designated service courses are identified using the following symbol: ◊

Curriculum plan of required courses for Radiography

The following Associate of Science in Radiography curriculum plan is provided to guide students in preparing their degree plan. Students should seek the advice of their advisor to customize their degree plan. The following degree plan is based on students entering into the program directly from high school.

First Year

First Semester

Course Name Semester Hours
BI 211 - Human Anatomy - Lecture and Lab 4
MA 120 - College Algebra 3
RT 101 - Introduction to Radiography 2
GEN 105 - Medical Terminology 1
RT 105 - Patient Care and Lab 3
RT 260 - Radiation Physics 2
IPE 301 - Interprofessional Education 0
Total Semester Hours 15

Second Semester

Course Name Semester Hours
BI 213 - Human Physiology - Lecture and Lab 4
RT 110 - Radiographic Procedures I and Lab 4
RT 120 - Radiographic Exposures I and Lab 4
Total Semester Hours 12

Third Semester

Course Name Semester Hours
RT 125 - Radiographic Exposures II and Lab 4
RT 140 - Radiographic Procedures II and Lab 4
RT 271 - Radiation Biology 3
IC HU EA - Health Care Core Course 3
EN 101 - English Composition I 3
Total Semester Hours 17
Second Year

First Semester

Course Name Semester Hours
RT 246 - Radiographic Procedures III and Lab 3
RT 250 - Radiographic Pathology 2
RT 265 - Clinical Experience I 4
IC HU EA - Health Care Core Course 3
Total Semester Hours 12

Second Semester

Course Name Semester Hours
IC HU EA - Health Care Core Course 3
RT 275 - Clinical Experience II 8
Total Semester Hours 11

Third Semester

Course Name Semester Hours
RT 285 - Clinical Experience III 6
Total Semester Hours 6

Total Semester Hours - 73

Last updated: 08/27/2018