Clinical Radiography Experience applies radiographic theory and provides learning experiences toward acquiring expertise and proficiency at specified levels of competency in a variety of diagnostic radiographic procedures, including darkroom applications, basic radiation protection standards, various radiographic equipment, and anatomy and physiology and radiographic positioning. Integrates knowledge of patient care, management and medical ethics into daily radiographic practice. Minimum of 15 hours in the clinic environment per week and current CPR certification required. 1 Credit (0 Lecture - 3 Clinical) Corequisite(s): RAD101 and RAD102 and RAD103. Transportation will be the responsibility of the student. Fall Only.