AdvisorEmily Speakman BAS, RT(R)(M)
850.769.1551 Ext. 5846
Academic Program SpecialistAlyssa Evans
Do You Have a Passion for Radiologic Science?
Do you enjoy helping people to be healthier and happier? Perhaps you should consider a career in radiography. Radiographers perform diagnostic imaging examinations using ionizing radiation to help diagnose patients.
The purpose of the Radiography program is to prepare you to become a registered radiographer following successful completion of the sequenced curriculum courses of study and clinical education practice. Graduates who pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist’s examination will be eligible to work as radiographers in various health care facilities such as hospitals, doctors’ offices and sports medicine clinics. Graduate students and radiographers have opportunities to advance their career into Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mammography, Vascular-Interventional and Cardiac Interventional Technology.
The duration of the program is approximately 21 months. Courses must be completed in the prescribed sequence. In addition to general education requirements, students will learn patient care, radiographic pathologies, radiation protection and to safely perform diagnostic radiographic examinations. We use state-of-the-art equipment that allow students to perform imaging exams using computerized and digital imaging, mobile fluoroscopy and mobile imaging.
About the Radiography Program at GCSC
The Radiography program was awarded an 8 year accreditation by the:
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-2901
Radiography Course Requirements
Visual & Performing Arts
MAC1105, College Algebra
MAC2311, Calculus with Analytical Geometry I
MGF1106, Mathematics for Liberal Arts
MGF1107, Survey of Mathematics
BSC2086, Anatomy & Physiology II
BSC2086L, Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
RTE1000, Intro. to Diagnostic Imaging
RTE1111C, Intro to Patient Care
RTE1503, Radiographic Procedures/Positioning I
RTE1503L, Radiographic Procedures/Positioning Lab I
RTE1804, Clinical Education I
RTE1418, Prin. of Radiographic Exposure I
RTE1513, Radiographic Procedures/Positioning II
RTE1513L, Radiographic Procedures/Positioning Lab II
RTE1814, Clinical Education II
RTE1457, Prin. of Radiographic Exposure II
RTE1523, Radiographic Procedures/Positioning III
RTE1523L, Radiographic Procedures/Positioning Lab III
RTE1824, Clinical Education III
RTE2385, Radiobiology and Radiation Protection
RTE2782, Radiographic Pathology
RTE2834, Clinical Education IV
RTE2563, Advanced Medical Imaging
RTE2844, Clinical Education V
RTE2061, Radiography Seminar
HSC1531, Medical Terminology
CGS1570, Microcomputer Applications or CGS1060, Fundamentals of Computer Applications
What can you do with a Radiography Assistant Degree?
What jobs will you find with a degree in Radiography?
Gulf Coast alumni of this program have continued their education at:
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How to apply to the Radiography Program
To apply, you’ll need to complete the general admission application to Gulf Coast State College. Visit the Gulf Coast admissions page to learn more about the application process.
Consult the Gulf Coast State College Catalog for specific program and course information.
Apply for Financial Aid & Scholarships
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