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Program Outcomes & Effectiveness - Radiologic Technology AAS

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Radiologic Technology AAS degree  program, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Apply positioning skills, select technical factors, utilize radiation protection, and be competent in the clinical setting.
  2. Demonstrate written and oral communication skills.  
  3. Critique images to determine diagnostic quality.  
  4. Adapt standard procedures for non-routine patients.  
  5. Demonstrate work ethics and the value of life-long learning.

Program Effectiveness Data

PCC student pass rates for those industry examinations for which data is available are given below.

American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
ARRT certification exam:

  • Academic Year 2016-2017: 17 students tested, 17 students passed on the first attempt (100% pass rate)
  • Academic Year 2015-2016:  21 students tested, 21 students passed on the first attempt (100% pass rate)
  • Academic Year 2014-2015:  21 students tested,  20 students passed on the first attempt (95% pass rate)
  • Academic Year 2013-2014:  15 students tested, 15 students passed (100% pass rate)
  • Academic Year 2012-2013:  20 students tested, 20 students passed (100% pass rate)

View additional data for 2011-2015 including credentialing exam pass rates, program completion rates and job placement rates.