The Radiologic Technology Program offered by Rose State College is a two year course of study in an integrated format. Although general education and basic science courses are recommended prior to acceptance, the professional course requirements still take 24 months to complete. The general education and science courses may be completed on a part time basis with day or evening course offerings. Upon acceptance into the program, the professional courses are presented five days a week during the day. The curriculum is designed to alternate classroom lectures with laboratory and clinical experiences, culminating with the Associate in Applied Science Degree.
The Radiologic Technology Program accepts a maximum of 20 students each year into professional course work and is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee On Education In Radiologic Technology. Graduation from this program ensures eligibility to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam.
Clinical Education: Student clinical rotations are held in the radiology departments of several metropolitan hospitals and clinics. These include, but are not limited to, Integris Baptist Medical Center, Mercy Health Systems, Midwest Regional Medical Center, OU Medical Center, Saint Anthony Hospital, Integris Southwest Medical Center, and Norman Regional Medical Center. Students will be assigned to various clinical educational sites throughout the program. The student is responsible for transportation to and from all clinical rotations. Some clinical sites will require the student to pay parking fees. These fees are the responsibility of the student. Fall and spring semester clinicals are scheduled for two and three days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., with 30 minutes for lunch. Summer semester clinicals are scheduled for 2 or 3 days a week from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. Students are required to adhere to their clinical schedules and to strict dress code policies set by the institutions and the college while in their assignments.