Students at WSCC are taught the fundamental principles of all underlying phases of Radiologic Technology. Participation in the performance of radiographic procedures in a clinical setting begins during the first semester of the program.
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Wallace State’s program boast a top-notch reputation with an outstanding 98% percent licensure rate and a 96 percent job placement rate, small class sizes and an award-winning faculty. Choose Wallace State’s Diagnostic Imaging degree for a career in a highly-rewarding, high-demand field at a fraction of the cost of attending a university. And if you do choose to continue your education, you’ll be two years ahead on an advanced degree, with employment potential and cost savings to boot.
Discover your story in Diagnostic Imaging at Wallace State!
The Diagnostic Imaging program is a four semester program of study designed to provide qualified radiologic technologists for diagnostic imaging departments of hospitals and outpatient clinics. Radiologic technologists use ionizing radiation to create images of the patient’s anatomy to assist physicians in diagnosing and treatment. While in the program, students will be educated in anatomy, radiation safety and protection, radiographic exam protocols, and basic patient care.
Radiologic technologists may also have the opportunity to cross-train into advanced modalities such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography, and cardiac intervention.
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
20 N. Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Length of Accreditation Award: 8 years
Next Scheduled Review: 4-01-2024
For general program information or to schedule an appointment, please contact...
Jim Malone, Program Director, 256-352-8309
Office location: Tom Bevill Health Building, 2nd floor, office 201
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Marketing and Student Recruiting, 256-352-8031
Jim Malone, M.H.Sc., RT(R)(CT)
Tom Bevill Health Building – 2nd floor – office 201
A.A.S. Radiologic Technology, Wallace State Community College
B.S. Radiologic Science, Florida Hospital College of Health Science
M.S. Health Science, Nova Southeastern University
Kelli Rich, BSRT, RT(R)(CI)(VI)
Tom Bevill Health Building – 2nd floor – office 202
A.A.S. Radiologic Technology, Gadsden State Community College
B.S. Radiologic Sciences, Midwestern State University
M.S. Radiologic Science, Midwestern State University
Helpful Program Related Links
Joint Review Commission on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)
Wallace State Community College has agreed to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) for articulation with the Bachelor of Science degree program. The articulation will allow students to complete their Associate of Applied Science Degree and transfer their credit hours to UAB in partial fulfillment of degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management.
- Jim Malone
Curriculum: Program of Study
Pathway Map: Associate in Applied Science
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