Radiologic Technology Program


The Radiologic Technology Program offered by Rose State College is a two-year course of study in an integrated format. The Program is accredited by Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.  Accreditation information may be found at this site: JRCERT (Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology) 

Mission Statement

The Radiologic Technology Program meets the needs of the students and diverse community by providing effective education to studentswho will possess professionalism and entry-level employment skills in diagnostic radiography.

Program Goals

Goal #1: Students will demonstrate clinical competence.

Learning Outcomes:    
Students will analyze diagnostic radiographs.
Students will select appropriate technical factors.
Students will demonstrate quality patient care practices.
Students will model ALARA principles.

Goal #2: Students will communicate effectively. 

Learning Outcomes:    
Students will demonstrate effective oral communication.  
Students will demonstrate effective written communication. 

Goal #3: The student will use problem solving and critical thinking skills.

Learning Outcomes:   
Student will manipulate technical factors for non-routine examinations.    
Student will adapt positioning and/or IR placement for non-routine (due to condition) patients.

Goal #4: Students will embrace professionalism.
Learning Outcomes:     

Learning Outcomes:
Students will display professional behavior.
Graduates will remain credentialed for three years post-graduation.

Goal #5: The program will graduate entry-level radiologic technologists. 

Learning Outcomes:      
Students will complete the program within 24 months.       
Of those seeking employment, graduates will be employed within 12 months post grad. 
Students will pass the ARRT national certification on the 1st attempt within 6 months post grad.
Graduates/Students will be satisfied with their education.
Employers will be satisfied with the graduates' performance.

Program Effectiveness data is gathered and reported annually.
Program Completion - 47% (8 of 17), annual data for 2018.

The categories below are figures reflecting five-year data representing 59 graduates.

Credentialing Exam Pass Rate – 98% (58 of 59)
Job Placement Rate within 12 months of graduation – 93%
The accrediting agency publishes these and all accredited Radiography Program’s Effectiveness results.

For Additional Information

For the program advisement information call (405) 733-7360.

Program Faculty

Jonnye Griffin
Jonnye Griffin
Director of Radiologic Technology Health Sciences Division
(405) 733-7568
Barbara Reding
Barbara Reding
Clinical Coordinator/Professor Health Sciences Division
(405) 736-0293
Katie Holloway
Katie Holloway
Professor Health Sciences Division
(405) 733-7569

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.