At Springfield Technical Community College, the Radiography Program's
mission is to educate radiologic technology students in the knowledge
and skills to become qualified, professional practitioners who provide
quality service and care to the community. In addition
to the education in radiologic technology, the program, in conjunction
with Springfield Technical Community College, offers a base of liberal
arts education courses designed to broaden intellectual perspectives,
stress ethical and humane values and prepare students to be productive
and responsible citizens who adequately respond to diverse populations
with respect to age, social, cultural and economic conditions.
Upon completion of the Radiography program from Springfield Technical
Community College, graduates will be awarded an Associate in Science
degree (DMIR.AS) and will be eligible to apply for the National
Board Examination in Radiologic Technology administered by the American
Registry of Radiologic Technology.
The program is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee
on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850Chicago, Illinois 60606-3182
Copies of the Standards for an Accredited Educational Program
for the Radiographer are available from the office of the program
The College provides all didactic and laboratory classes. An
energized x-ray unit, various phantoms (artificial body parts),
and auxiliary equipment allow the student the development of psychomotor
skills prior to patient exposure.
In order for a student to matriculate in Radiography, he or she
must achieve a minimum grade of "B-" (80%) or better in all courses.
Students not meeting the minimum grade requirement of "B-" (80%)
will be withdrawn from the program.
All accepted students must undergo a Criminal Offender Record
Information or other check. Depending on the findings, the student
may not be allowed to continue in the program of study. For further
information, please contact the Office of the Dean, School of Health
Link to website maintained by the
School of Health. NOTE: Clinical Orientation is required
prior to Clinical Practicum.
The application deadline is March 31, 2012.
Applicants for admission to the program should have completed
two years of high school algebra or its equivalent and one year
each of high school biology or chemistry, and the SAT1, with a combined
score of 800. Students must have completed
MAST-101, Medical Terminology 1,
ENGL-100, English Composition 1 and
MATH-132, Technical Mathematics
1 before entering this program.
Admissions standards can be viewed at:
Link to website Program Information:
Upon successful completion of the requirements of the program,
the degree of Associate in Science in Diagnostic Medical
Imaging will be awarded.