Radiography III

RADT 201

Radiography III is the fifth course in the sequence of radiography courses that comprise the professional portion of the radiography curriculum. It consists of both a didactic portion and clinical portion. The didactic portion of RADT 201 consists of three (3) modules: Anatomy & Positioning of the Skull/Face, Contrast Procedures: Digestive System, and Special Radiographic/Fluoroscopy Procedures. During the clinical portion of RADT 201, students will continue to achieve additional clinical skills by participating in the actual procedures performed in a radiology/medical imaging department. 4 lecture hours, 24 clinical hours, and 2 lab hours per week; 13 weeksNOTE: Course offered less than once a year

  • Prerequisite(s) : RADT 112 Lab Fee: $130.00
  • Credits: 7
  • See tuition and fees » $122/billable hour + fees (in county)
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