Radiologic Technology

Mission Statement

CorpU-SurgTechThe Huntsville Hospital School of Radiologic Technology is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in the field of radiologic technology education accomplished through a structured, but diverse didactic and clinical experience.

Official Graduate Transcripts can be requested by completing this form and submitting it by fax to (256) 265-1997 or by mail.

Accreditation

The Huntsville Hospital School of Radiologic Technology is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.

20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
(312)704-5300
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About Our Program

The School of Radiologic Technology was established in 1969 and has graduated hundreds of technologists.

  • 24-month, full-time Radiologic Technology certificate program operates Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Students attend classes and participate in clinical rotations
  • Graduates are awarded a certificate in Radiologic Technology and are eligible to apply to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national certification exam in Radiography
  • Through a partnership with Athens State University, graduates in good standing with ARRT are eligible to pursue a B.S. in Management of Technology

Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Goal: To provide the profession with clinically competent radiographers

Student Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will apply accurate positioning skills
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of radiation protection
  • Students will be able to determine appropriate technical factors
  • Employer and graduate surveys will indicate the program prepared the graduate to be competent entry level radiographers

Goal: Students will communicate effectively in the health care setting

Student Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills in the health care environment
  • Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills in the health care environment
  • Employer and graduate surveys will indicate the program prepared the graduate to communicate effectively in the health care setting

Goal: Students will demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills

Student Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will determine the appropriate changes in technical factors
  • Students will be able to adapt to positioning for trauma patients
  • Employer and graduate surveys will indicate the program prepared the graduate to be proficient in problem solving and critical thinking skills

Goal: Students will develop professionally

Student Learning Outcomes:
  • Students will demonstrate professional work ethics
  • Students will participate in professional development activities
  • Employer and graduate surveys will indicate the program prepared the graduate to conduct themselves in an ethical and professional manner

Financial Considerations

Tuition

  • $550 per quarter with an additional student activity fee of $50 per quarter
  • $150 annual technology fee
  • Books and uniforms are not included in the cost of tuition or fees
  • The program does not participate in Title IV programs
  • Financial aid is available only through the Veterans Administration (VA)

Student Handbook shows details of the costs.

Fees

  • $50 Student activity fee (quarterly)
  • $25 criminal background check (required for admission)

Refunds

  • If a student withdraws from the program within one week into a quarter, a full refund will be made.
  • Between the 2nd and 4th weeks of the quarter, a 50 percent refund will be made.
  • No refunds will be made after the 4th week of a quarter.
  • No refunds will be given to a dismissed student.