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Radiologic Technology Dual Credit

SUMMARY

The Grayson College Dual Credit Radiologic Technology Program offers students the opportunity to explore a career in Radiology and complete prerequisites during their final year of high school. Upon completion, students will be eligible to apply for fall acceptance into Grayson College’s Radiologic Technology Program with the added benefit of an extra point advantage in the application process. Once accepted into the Radiologic Technology Program, they will continue in a curriculum dedicated to the Radiology profession for five semesters. Upon graduation, students will receive an A.A.S. degree in Radiologic Technology.

 

INSTRUCTOR

Grayson College provides course instructor

CURRICULUM

The hybrid curriculum is provided by Grayson College and consists of materials located in the Canvas Learning Management System and may include hands-on lab activities at the Grayson College Denison Campus.

SCHEDULE

No clinical hours are required.

Online courses: RADR 1301, ENGL 1301, and PSYC 2301

Hybrid courses: BIOL 2301, BIOL 2302

FACILITY

Classes are held online and in a face-to-face format at the Grayson College Denison Campus.

TSI REQUIREMENT

TSI compliance in all areas is required for Radiologic Technology program application.

 

 

TUITION & FEES

$89/credit hour + applicable fees

TEXTBOOKS & SUPPLIES

Purchased by the student or high school partner.

FINANCIAL AID

Full or partial tuition waivers are available for dual credit students on free or reduced lunch programs.

TYPICAL COURSE OF STUDY

Junior Year Courses

SEMESTER

COURSE

COURSE TITLE

SEM. HOURS

Fall

RADR 1201

Introduction to Radiologic Technology

2

Fall

BIOL 2301

Anatomy & Physiology I

3

Fall

BIOL 2101

Anatomy & Physiology I Lab

1

Spring

ENGL 1301

Composition I

3

Spring

BIOL 2302

Anatomy & Physiology II

3

Spring

BIOL 2102

Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

1
Total Semester Hours: 12
Senior Year Courses

SEMESTER

COURSE

COURSE TITLE

SEM. HOURS

Summer  Reference to note 1

PSYC 2301

General Psychology

3

Summer  Reference to note 1

Varies Reference to note 2

Lang/Phil/Culture/Humanities/Art

3

Total Semester Hours: 6

Advanced courses are offered on a rotating basis. Please contact the course instructor for advising.

Questions

Director of Dual Credit CTE Programs
dualcredit@grayson.edu
Radiologic Technology Program General Information
radiology@grayson.edu