The radiography program has changed the application process to a classroom experience. The application process will be completed while a student is enrolled in RAD1114 Introduction to Imaging. The program is now a 5-semester (19 months), course-sequenced curriculum that includes clinical and didactic instruction.

  • Radiography Degree Plan
  • Radiography Course Sequence
  • Bacone College Application
  • Radiography Admission Packet
  • Radiography Student Handbook
  • Mission, Goals, and Student Learning Outcomes
  • Program Effectiveness Data
  • JRCERT Accreditation

Graduates of the program are eligible to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Certification Examination. The program is accredited by: Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850 Chicago, IL 60606-3182 312-704-5300 Contacts: Shawn Dixon, M.Ed., RT(R)/Program Director/Office:918-781-7317/Email:[email protected] Kaila Harjo, M.S./Admissions/Office: 918-781-7322/Email: [email protected] Financial Aid Office: 918-781-7225 or 7296 Registrar Office: 918-781-7401 or 7275

 

PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of Bacone College Radiography Program is to assist in meeting community needs for highly competent radiographers, who give skilled care with respect for individual, cultural, and spiritual differences, while maintaining the college commitment to serving American Indians. This is accomplished through didactic education, offered in a nurturing Christian environment, and clinical education provided at affiliated hospitals and clinics. The combination of theory and clinical practice enables the student to acquire the knowledge, skills, and professional values necessary for the practice of radiography in diverse community and clinical settings.

PROGRAM GOALS/SLOs

The goals of Bacone College, Associate of Applied Science Degree in Radiography, include:

Students will be clinically competent.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will demonstrate proper positioning skills.
  • Students will demonstrate proper radiation protection and patient care skills.

Students will demonstrate communication skills.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will be able to communicate verbally with others in classroom and clinic settings.
  • Students will be able to produce written communication skills.

Students will model professionalism.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will gain professional development knowledge outside the classroom.
  • Students will develop job placement skills.

Students will develop critical thinking skills.

Student Learning Outcomes:

  • Students will learn to apply technique adjustments in the clinical setting for non-general exams.
  • Students will adapt to trauma situations within the clinical setting.

Students will feel that the program is effective.

Student Learning Outcomes:

 

  • Students will complete the program.
  • Students will pass national certification on the 1st attempt.
  • Students will be satisfied with the education they received prior to graduation.
  • Graduates will be employed within six months.
  • Employer satisfaction of recent graduates.

Helpful Resources:

Core Requirements

Annual Report

Admissions Packet

Course Sequence

Student Handbook