Goals and Learning Outcomes of Radiologic Technology | Kent State University

Goals and Learning Outcomes of Radiologic Technology

Goal: Students will successfully complete all academic requirements for the associate degree in Radiologic Technology toward the practice of radiologic technology.
Learning outcome:  Students will successfully complete assessment exams on the first attempt.

Goal: Students will be able to effectively utilize critical thinking and problem- solving skills in the practice of radiologic technology.
Learning outcome: Students will identify errors and perform corrective actions in radiographic positioning and image quality during image analysis. 
Learning outcome: Students will adapt procedures for non-routine patients.

Goal: Students will be able to effectively communicate in oral and written form with patients and members of the health care team.
Learning outcome: Students will demonstrate oral communication skills.
Learning outcome: Students will demonstrate written communication skills.

Goal: Students will be able to successfully perform radiographic procedures consistent with entry-level requirements of a registered radiologic technologist.
Learning outcome: Students will accurately perform procedures in the clinical setting.
Learning outcome: Graduates will satisfactorily perform procedures.

Goal: Students will be able to determine the value of professional growth and development and to conduct themselves in a professional manner. 
Learning outcome: Students will interpret and critique professional conduct as demonstrated in the clinical setting.
Learning outcome: Students will perform procedures in a professional manner.