University of Southern Indiana

Student and Program Outcomes

The USI Radiologic Technology Program will:

Goal #1: Student will demonstrate problem solving and critical thinking skills.

     Outcome 1: Student will demonstrate ability to assess and adapt to varying clinical presentations of patients.

     Outcome 2: Student will evaluate images for appropriate positioning and image quality.

Goal #2: Student will display effective interpersonal communication skills.

     Outcome 1: Student will demonstrate communication skills with a diverse patient population.

     Outcome 2: Student will demonstrate effective interdisciplinary communication skills.

Goal #3: Student will demonstrate clinical competency.

     Outcome 1: Student will produce quality radiographs by proper positioning and providing appropriate patient care.

     Outcome 2: Student will demonstrate professional standard practices in radiation safety.

Goal #4: Student will demonstrate professionalism through growth and development activities.

     Outcome 1: Student will demonstrate clinical professionalism.

     Outcome 2: Student will plan a career path for professional goals.

Goal #5: Student will be prepared as an entry level radiologic technologist.

     Outcome 1: Program graduates will pass the ARRT examination on the first attempt.

     Outcome 2: Student will complete the program in 28 months.

     Outcome 3: Program graduate will be employed within 12 months if seeking entry level employment.

     Outcome 4: Graduate will be satisfied with education.

     Outcome 5: Employers will be satisfied with graduate's performance.

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