The program requires a full time, two year committment. Classroom and laboratory courses are held at the College and are scheduled Monday through Friday with the hours of instruction varying per semester. A late afternoon, early evening, or an occasional Saturday class may be necessary.
Clinical education is offered at the following medical facilities: 1. Good Samaritan Hospital 2. Kaiser Permanente Medical Center - Sunset 3. Kaiser Permanente Medical Center - West Los Angeles 4. Saint Vincent Medical Center
The clinical education schedule is a full time, 36 hours per week for twelve months. During the clinical training the students meet regularly with the program director at Los Angeles City College at prearranged times.
Radiologic Technology 100 Introduction to Radiologic Technology
Radiologic Technology 101 Medical Terminology for Radiologic Technologists
Radiologic Technology 102 Image and Film ProcessingREQUIRED COURSES:
The following courses are taken after the student has been formally accepted into the radiologic technology program.
FALL SEMESTER : 12 Units
Radiologic Technology 103 Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning of the Skeletal 4 Units System.
Radiologic Technology 105 Fundamentals of X-ray Physics 3 Units
Radiologic Technology 107 Fundamentals of Patient Care and Management 3 Units
Radiologic Technology 110 Radiographic Mathematics 2 Units
SPRING SEMESTER : 14 Units
Radiologic Technology 104 Radiographic Anatomy and Positioning of the Cranium and Visceral Organs 4 Units Radiologic Technology 106 Radiographic Exposure and Technique 3 Units
Radiologic Techology 140 Radiation Protection and Biology 3 Units
Radiologic Technology 160 Introduction to Clinical Education 4 Units
Radiologic Technology 180 Clinical Education in Radiologic Technology (Summer) 12 Units
Radiologic Technology 180 Clinical Education in Radiologic Technology (Fall and Spring) 24 Units