Radiologic Technology

Radiologic Technology


This rigorous program offers a wide variety of educational experiences in professional/technical coursework, the social and natural sciences, mathematics, the humanities, and communication.  In addition to classroom and laboratory sessions, students will complete 1300 hours of clinical education coordinated by the faculty at DACC and directly supervised by licensed technologists at affiliated medical facilities.  This critical component of the curriculum allows students to perform real world hands-on application of knowledge.  The program is accredited by the Joint Review Commission on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) and its graduates are eligible to apply to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) national certification examination and obtain state licensure.

Mission Statement

The Radiologic Technology program at DACC prepares the student for employment upon graduation as a competent, entry-level radiographer ready to be a key member of the health care team that performs a variety of radiologic procedures by operating complex equipment and providing skilled patient care.  We provide an environment that enhances critical thinking, professionalism, and life-long learning to maintain academic and professional integrity throughout the program and their career.

Program Goals

  • To provide both educational and employment opportunities to the individuals of this community, so that they may:

    • Communicate effectively.
    • Engage in critical thinking
    • Perform competently in clinical practice
    • Demonstrate professional growth
  • To provide the community’s health care facilities, including hospitals, professional clinics and private physician’s offices with qualified radiographers.

Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the program, students will meet the Program Goals by:
  1. Demonstrating written communication skills
  2. Demonstrating oral communication skills.
  3. Demonstrating the ability to perform non routine radiologic procedures.
  4. Correctly deducing the answer to complex questions
  5. Understanding the value of professional development
  6. Demonstrating professional growth
  7. Demonstrating appropriate patient care skills
  8. Accurately analyzing images for diagnostic quality
  9. Demonstrating accuracy in radiographic positioning

To learn more about the opportunities that await you in
Radiologic Technology contact:

Tammy Howard
, Director of Medical Imaging

Danville Area Community College

Phone: 217.443.8552


Heidi Young, Clinical Coordinator,

Phone: 217-443-8591

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20 N. Wacker Drive
Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606

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