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Interested in a career as a radiologic technologist, CT or MRI technologist? 

Come to our information session
Saturday, April 26th, 2014
From 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm at the Euclid Hospital Health Center - Room 306 - 3rd Floor
18901 Lakeshore Blvd, Euclid (building in front of Euclid Hospital) 
No reservations necessary, call Gloria at 216.692.7512 if you have any questions.

School of Diagnostic Imaging Radiologic Technology Program


Our mission is to develop entry-level radiographers whose expertise will meet the needs of the community they serve, and whose academic education and clinical experience will provide a foundation for lifelong learning values.

Program Goals & Outcomes  

Goal #1
The student will acquire and develop the education and skills necessary to perform as an entry-level radiographer.



  • Students will demonstrate clinical competency.


  • Graduates will have acquired the knowledge and skills necessary to perform as entry-level radiographers.
  • Graduates will be successful in becoming registered by the ARRT.
  • Students will demonstrate skills necessary to evaluate graphic images and manipulate technique accordingly.Students will provide appropriate patient care.
  • Students will apply the principles of radiation protection to patients, self and others.      

Goal #2   
The student will develop learning habits that will demonstrate a commitment to professional and personal growth by participation in professional activities and continuing education.



  • Students will participate in continuing education meetings and professional activities.
  • Students will participate in career/health fairs or community service activities.

Goal #3  
The student will understand and apply methods for effective critical thinking.



  • Students will acquire skills for effective problem solving.
  • Students will acquire critical thinking skills.


Goal #4
The student will understand and apply methods for effective communication skills.    




  • The student will demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills.
  • The student will develop communication skills necessary to assist the radiologist by taking accurate patient history and using medical terms appropriately.



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




  • Students will be satisfied with the program and their education.
  • Students will pass the ARRT Registry Examination on their first attempt.
  • Students pursuing employment will be employed within 6 months of graduation.
  • Employers will be satisfied with the education that the program provided their employee.
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