The summer 2016 class is now FULL. The program no longer has rolling admissions. The new admission and academic requirements are in effect for the class of Summer 2017.
The first step to admission is to attend an information session.
These informal sessions will discuss admission and academic requirements, the application and selection process, and curriculum and career opportunities. View the information session schedule or call 410-777-7310 for more information.
An online information session is also available, however, in order to submit a program application you must attend a face-to-face session.
The program begins in the summer each year. Admission is separate from admission to the college in general. First consideration for selection will be given to candidates whose resident address is in Anne Arundel county for at least three consecutive months prior to the application deadline date.
For more program information, contact Lisa Pervola, Chair of Radiologic Technology.
Admission Deadline - Applications for the summer 2017 class will be available online and in Florestano Allied Health and Public Services Building, Room 100 in June 2016. The application deadline will be December 15, 2016. The Radiologic Technology application must be completed and delivered to the Health Sciences, Florestano 100 building by the application deadline. Late applications will not be accepted. If application deadline falls on a weekend, applications will be accepted until the close of business the next business day.
Radiologic Technology Program Information
- Attend face-to-face information session prior to submitting application.
- Submit application by application deadline. Next deadline: December 15, 2016 (Applications will be available June 2016).
- Verification of in-county residency.
- Meet all admission and academic requirements.
- Minimum adjusted grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 at this college.
- Completion of all 7 prerequisite courses with a minimum grade of C in each course and cumulative prerequisite GPA of at least 3.0 (no rounding) by the end of the Fall 2016 semester.
- Science and College Algebra prerequisite courses must be taken within 7 years of the date the application is submitted.
- Arts and Humanities course must be COM 111 or COM 116.
- TEAS V test: Demonstrate Proficient score of 58.7% or higher in Reading and Science and a Proficient score of 65% or higher in English/Language and Mathematics with a total TEAS V Proficient test score of 65% or higher. Must successfully pass within 2 years of the date application is submitted. Cannot take TEAS V test more than 2 times in one year, and must take test at approved on-site testing center.
- 60 hours of volunteer/employment experience in a clinical health-related setting (within the last seven years) recommended.
- 2 Letters of Recommendation. Recommend one from a college science or math instructor and one from present employer.
- Official transcripts, if applicable.
- Final acceptance in the program shall be contingent upon satisfactory completion of a criminal background check, satisfactory completion of a health examination record, and submission of a copy of the required card for Basic Life Support CPR for Health Care Providers. A drug screening may also be required.