Radiologic Technology - Alternate Route through Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Associate of Applied Science

Curriculum Code #2048

Effective May 2017

Students who graduate from the Radiologic Technology program at Cleveland Clinic/LCCC will be eligible to take a national registry examination administered by the ARRT.  Graduates will have learned the skills necessary to be employed in a diagnostic radiology center.  Graduates of this program are also prepared for continuing specialized education in other areas of diagnostic imaging. Lorain County Community College has articulation agreements with colleges and universities including programs offered by Lorain County Community College's University Partnership.

Plan of Study Grid
First YearHours
ALHN 110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3
BIOG 121 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I 4
BIOG 122 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II 4
BIOG 123 CROSS-SECTIONAL ANATOMY 2
ENGL 161 COLLEGE COMPOSITION I 3
ENGL 162 COLLEGE COMPOSITION II 3
MTHM 158
QUANTITATIVE REASONING
or STATISTICS
3
SDEV 101 COLLEGE 101 1
SOCY 151G INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3
 Hours26
Second Year
RTCC 101 Patient Care in Radiography3
RTCC 102 Radiographic Technique I3
RTCC 103 Radiographic Positioning and Procedures I4
RTCC 104 Principles of Radiation Physics3
RTCC 105 Radiographic Technique II2
RTCC 106 Radiographic Positioning and Procedures II4
RTCC 107 Healthcare Ethics and Law2
RTCC 108 Advanced Radiographic Procedures II2
RTCC 109 Special Procedures in Radiologic Technology2
RTCC 201 Radiographic Pathology2
RTCC 202 Radiation Biology and Protection2
RTCC 203 Radiographic Analysis II2
Clinical through Cleveland Clinic 7
 Hours38
 Total Hours64
1

Indicates that this course requires a prerequisite.

2

Indicates that a grade of C (2.0) or better must be earned in order to continue in the sequence.

3

Clinical hours during the Cleveland Clinic program vary during semesters - refer to Cleveland Clinic for this information.

4

A student must register for the orientation course when enrolling for more than six credit hours per semester or any course that would result in an accumulation of thirteen or more credit hours.

First year courses are completed at Lorain County Community College.
Second year courses are completed through The Euclid Hospital/Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Radiology.

Program Contact(s):

Jeffrey Walmsley
440-366-7197
jwalmsle@lorainccc.edu

Admission Requirements for Radiologic Technology - Alternate Route through Cleveland Clinic Foundation

  1. CPR (Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers) certification is required prior to entrance into the program.
  2. Upon successful completion of course work and clinic practice at the Cleveland Clinic, 38 credit hours will be awarded by Lorain County Community College to complete the Associate of Applied Science degree. The Cleveland Clinic program requires application and acceptance independent of LCCC. Students must meet the Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Imaging admissions requirements to complete this degree.