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Radiologic Technology

Overview

Group Advising Session: Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at 4pm, Zoom (Zoom link).

The Roane State Associate of Applied Science Degree Program in Radiologic Technology (A.A.S. in RDT) consists of five semesters of full-time study which includes supervised clinical coursework in a diagnostic radiology department. There are no evening or weekend didactic classes. However, in the second year of the program, students are required to complete four weeks of evening shift clinicals. The program is affiliated with 17 clinical sites. Students may be assigned to various clinical sites during their 22 months of clinical coursework.

The radiographer is a healthcare professional that performs radiographic procedures that provide information to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of the patient. The radiographer also assumes professional responsibility for minimizing the public's exposure to ionizing radiation, thereby observing the ASRT Code of Ethics.

As the population grows and ages, it will increase the demand for imaging science professionals. At this time the number of applications for acceptance into radiologic technology programs greatly exceeds available space in these programs and is therefore very competitive.

Course Series

Already a registered radiologic technologist? The Radiologic Technology Program offers several course series for those wanting to update and improve job skills, prepare for a registry exam, or who simply want to learn more about these subjects.

Class Location

Radiologic Technology Program didactic courses are held between 7:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Oak Ridge Branch Campus.

Accreditation

The Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182; (312) 704-5300; JRCERT webpage. The program of study consists of a curriculum implemented in accordance with the Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiologic Sciences published by the JRCERT. A copy of the publication is available to students and the public on the JRCERT’s website. Programmatic accreditation by the JRCERT is considered the gold standard. Programmatic accreditation ensures academic excellence as well as clinical excellence in all areas of the educational program. JRCERT accreditation also ensures safety for students, staff, and the public. In June 2014, the program received an accreditation award for a period of eight years. The next site visit is scheduled for April 2022.

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Program Costs

Roane State Tuition & Fees
All tuition and fees are subject to change by the Tennessee Board of Regents.

* Program courses that are taken in an online format are subject to a distance education fee. A Specialized Allied Health Science Fee of $25 per credit hour will be applied to all Allied Health Science courses. See Tuition and Fees link above.

Books, Supplies and Additional Program Expenses

Additional Program Costs Costs or Fee
Textbooks (Does not include general education textbooks) $450 the first semester and $100-200 each additional semester (total of ~$1,000)
Uniforms and Shoes $300
Uniform Patches $15
Clinical Liability Insurance $15 per year
BLS Certification $50
Physical/Blood Tests $150-200
Hepatitis B vaccination $125
Background Check and Drug Screen $100
Radiation Dosimeters $80
ARRT Registry Application $225
Estimate of Total Additional Program Costs $2,085

Other costs: Students assume the cost of transportation, parking, meals, and medical coverage for injury or illness. Fees are subject to change without notice.

Visit the bookstore for book titles and prices.

See the current catalog for out-of-state tuition and fees and residency requirement rules.

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Admission Requirements

Group Advising Session: Wednesday, April 6, 2022 at 4pm, Zoom (Zoom link).

RDT Admissions Information

Applications Required for the RDT Program

RSCC Application Link - Steps 1 and 2 are required for admission to the College and Allied Health Sciences programs
Allied Health Sciences Application Information

Faculty & Staff

Julie Hall, PhD, MPH, RT(R)(CT)
Program Director
hallja3@roanestate.edu

Vickie Hensley, BS, RT(R)
Didactic Faculty
hensleyv@roanestate.edu

Ruthie Jackson, RT(R)
Clinical Instructor
jacksonrr2@roanestate.edu

Jenny Jenkins, RT(R)
Clinical Instructor
jenkinsjg@roanestate.edu

Kristen Peterson, RT(R)
Clinical Instructor
petersonkl@roanestate.edu

Teresa Manis, B.S., RT(R)
Clinical Coordinator
manistl@roanestate.edu

Elizabeth Swindeman, BS, RT(R)
Clinical Instructor
swindemanea@roanestate.edu

 

Health Sciences Admission Advisor
Michael Burtch
(865) 354-3000, ext. 4705
hsnadmissions@roanestate.edu

Contact: 

Julie A Hall • (865) 481-2015 • Click name for email address

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