The mission of the Radiologic Technology program is to provide an ambitious didactic and clinical education that will produce compassionate, confident and professional technologists. The program will provide a variety of work settings and experiences to successfully prepare graduates to function as entry-level radiographers. A qualified graduate will be eligible to take the national registry examination, thereby becoming a certified registered radiographer.
A radiographer is a vital member of the healthcare team whose responsibilities range from obtaining diagnostic information to assisting physicians with complex procedures. Radiographers must be able to recognize emergency situations and react quickly to various patient conditions. They work in diverse settings including hospitals, clinics and physicians’ offices. The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Estimated annual salary range for Health Sciences graduates based on EMSI. Salary range represents 10th percentile - median annual wage for related occupations within a 100-mile radius from the center distance between Calmar and Peosta Campuses.View Career Details
- Apply for admission.
- Submit official high school, high school equivalency and/or college transcripts to the Admissions Office of the campus you plan to attend.
- Complete ACCUPLACER® reading and writing assessment and ALEKS® math assessment for course placement. Assessments may be waived based on previous college coursework or submission of valid ACT®, SAT® or ALEKS® test scores. ACCUPLACER® scores are valid for three years, and ALEKS® scores are valid for two years.
In addition to the college enrollment process, applicants must achieve a minimum ACCUPLACER CLASSIC® reading score of 70 or ACCUPLACER NEXT GENERATION® reading score of 250 (ACT® scores are also acceptable) and a minimum ALEKS® score of 30. The following courses must be completed with a grade of “C-” or above within five years from the date of application:
- Human Anatomy and Physiology I [BIO:168]
- Human Anatomy and Physiology II [BIO:173]
- Basic Medical Terminology [HSC:114]
The health sciences programs have additional admission requirements including background checks, health records and training requirements. Please review these requirements for program admission.
It is highly recommended that applicants complete a radiology job shadow. The job shadow should be a total of 4-6 hours at one or more facilities. Complete the job shadow form and submit to the Radiologic Technology Program director.
The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Radiologic Technology students at Northeast Iowa Community College will experience direct patient contact during their clinical experience. Students will be scheduled at affiliated locations. Students will rotate through multiple clinical sites within a 100-mile radius of the Peosta campus. The program is a twenty-four (24) month continuous program. Students will not be permitted to finish the program early.
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology currently has transfer agreements in place with the institutions listed below. Students are encouraged to speak with their transfer college or university to verify that their planned courses at NICC will meet necessary requirements. Learn more about transferring from NICC.
- Allen College
- Central Methodist University
- Clarkson College
- Emmaus Bible College
- University of Iowa
Lora Hannan, M.S., R.T. (R) (M)
Radiologic Technology Program Director
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- Phone: 844.642.2338, ext. 2311
- Location: Peosta
Radiologic Technology Clinical Instructor
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- Phone: 844.642.2338, ext. 2272
- Location: Peosta