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RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY: RADIATION THERAPY TECHNOLOGY

Curriculum
Total Degree Credits: 85.0

First Year, Fall Semester
RA 100 - Radiotherapy Technology I Credit Hours: 3
RA 101 - Lab/Clinical I Credit Hours: 4 (216 hours)
BI 150 - Anatomy and Physiology I Credit Hours: 3
BI 151 - Laboratory for BI 150 Credit Hours: 1.5
EN 110 - College Composition Credit Hours: 3
PH 210 - Radiologic Physics I Credit Hours: 4

First Year, Spring Semester
RA 102 - Lab/Clinical II Credit Hours: 4 (232 hours)
RA 120 - Radiotherapy Technology II Credit Hours: 3
BI 152 - Anatomy and Physiology II Credit Hours: 3
BI 153 - Laboratory for BI 152 Credit Hours: 1.5
EN 111 - Composition and Interpretation of Literature Credit Hours: 3
PH 215 - Radiologic Physics II Credit Hours: 3
Spring Recess - Clinical Rotation (24 Hours)

First Year, Summer Semester
RA 150 - Summer Clinical Credit Hours: 7 (472 hours)

Second Year, Fall Semester
RA 203 - Lab/Clinical III Credit Hours: 6 (336 hours)
RA 230 - Radiotherapy Technology III Credit Hours: 3
BI 180 - Radiation Biology Credit Hours: 2
PH 220 - Advanced Radiation Physics I Credit Hours: 4
PS 100 - General Psychology Credit Hours: 3

Second Year, Spring Semester
RA 204 - Lab/Clinical IV Credit Hours: 6 (344 hours)
RA 240 - Radiotherapy Technology IV Credit Hours: 3
BI 241 - Applied Physiology Credit Hours: 3
PA 250 - Legal Issues in Health Care Credit Hours: 3
PH 225 - Advanced Radiologic Physics II Credit Hours: 2
Spring Recess - Clinical Rotation (40 hours)

Second Year, Summer Semester
RA 250 - Summer Clinical II Credit Hours: 7 (480 hours)

Note: Certification in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation is required for graduation. A CPR certification course will be offered by the college on an alternating summer basis for radiologic technology: radiation therapy program students. This is a recommended sequence. Student should consult his/her academic adviser prior to registering. MT 125 or equivalent is a prerequisite.

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ECC is a member of the State University of New York (SUNY) System, and is fully accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Many of the professional curricula are also accredited by specialized agencies.

 

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