The Arnot Ogden Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology curriculum has been evaluated by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (http://www.nationalccrs.org/) (formally National PONSI). The student graduates with fifty-seven recommended college credit hours. Thirty of these recommended credit hours transer to Corning Community College towards completion of an Associates Degree.
Arnot Ogden students are required to have the minimum of an Associates Degree in order to graduate along with the radiology courses. A student can obtain the degree during their two year attendance at Arnot Ogden.
Track I is for the Certificate in Radiography.
Track II is for both the Certificate in Radiography and the Associate in Applied Science degree through Corning Community College (CCC).
|First Year Courses||Track I||Track II|
|Intro to Radiologic Technology and Medical Ethics||·||·|
|Methods of Patient Care||·||·|
|Principles of Radiographic Exposure 1||·||·|
|Radiographic Film Evaluation I||·||·|
|Radiographic Procedures I (includes 80 hrs. Lab)||·||·|
|Introduction to Biology Laboratory (CCC)||·||·|
|Anatomy and Physiology I (CCC)||·||·|
|Anatomy and Physiology II (CCC)||·||·|
|General Psychology I||·|
|Second Year Courses||Track I||Track II|
|Principles of Radiographic Exposure II||·||·|
|Radiographic Procedures II (includes 41 hrs. Lab)||·||·|
|Radiographic Film Evaluation II||·||·|
|Medical and Surgical Diseases||·||·|
|College Composition I||·|
|Psychology of Adult Development||·|
|Introduction to Sociology||·|
|Intermediate Algebra and Trigonometry I||·|
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