Radiography Practicum III


Clinical radiography experience, continuing the application of radiographic theory and technical applications. Expertise and proficiency are gained in a variety of diagnostic radiographic procedures and techniques, including radiation protection applications, quality assurance, interventional and special radiographic examinations. An understanding of anatomy and physiology and radiographic positioning is required at specific levels of competency. The student will complete approximately 180 hours of clinic during this course. Transportation will be the responsibility of the student. Student must have current CPR certification. Fall Only.

1 Credit: 0 Lecture, 3 Clinical

PHS222, RAD212, RAD219, RAD220, RAD229 or RAD220, RAD221, RAD226, RAD227, RAD228

RAD198; or