One Of A Kind Experience
Avila University offers unique opportunities in radiologic science.
As the only baccalaureate program in the area, the program offers students a chance to develop specific technical skills while obtaining a liberal arts education. Upon graduating, our students have gone on to work as radiographers, technologists in advanced modalities, managers, instructors and so much more. The program is fully accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
The mission of the Avila University Radiologic Science Program is to provide quality curriculum and experiences that graduate students who possess competent skills for successful employment as registered technologists, aspire for continued growth in their knowledge and are prepared to be future leaders in the field of radiology.
Registered radiographers teach and advise Avila students of radiologic technology. Our student/faculty ratio at the clinical sites never exceeds 10:1. Experienced professionals active in the field of radiologic science give students personalized attention.
Goal 1: Students will master clinical competency.
- Students will demonstrate appropriate understanding and use of radiation protection.
- Students will appropriately address the patient’s needs.
- Students will use proper technical factors for optimal images.
Goal 2: Students will apply appropriate critical-thinking skills.
- Students will modify all necessary elements to adapt to non-routine procedures.
- Students will demonstrate their knowledge of appropriate images based on image evaluation criteria.
Goal 3: Students will demonstrate professionalism.
- Students will demonstrate professional and ethical behaviors in the clinical setting.
- Students will demonstrate an appropriate understanding of HIPAA.
Goal 4: Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
- Students will demonstrate effective and appropriate communication skills with patients.
- Students will demonstrate effective communication skills through writing.
Goal: The program will effectively meet the needs of the students and the community.
- Students who enroll in the program will successfully complete it.
- Graduates will be satisfied with their education.
- Employers will be satisfied with the educational and clinical experience of Avila graduates.
- Graduates will pass the registry on the first attempt.
- Graduates who desire to will find employment in the radiology field.
Resources for Radiologic Science Students
American Society of Radiologic Technologists
The mission of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists is to foster the professional growth of radiologic technologists by expanding knowledge through education, research, and analysis; promoting exceptional leadership and service, and developing the radiologic technology community through shared ethics and values.
American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
ARRT is the world’s largest credentialing organization that seeks to ensure high-quality patient care in radiologic technology. We test and certify technologists and administer continuing education and ethics requirements for their annual registration.
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 N. Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606
The Avila University Radiologic Science program is an accredited program and in good standing with the JRCERT. For additional accreditation information on Avila University, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Length of Accreditation Award: 8 years
Missouri Society of Radiologic Technologists
The Missouri Society of Radiologic Technologists is an affiliate of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. Their purpose is to advance the field of radiologic technology. They do this by assisting in establishing and maintaining high standards of education and training, pursuing legislation that will require licensure of all those who use ionizing radiation for diagnosis and treatment of humans, providing assistance for educational seminars on the local level, and presentation of an annual educational conference.
Are you an RT looking to advance your career?
Avila University offers an Advanced Clinical Practicum for technologists looking to advance their clinical skills in Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Mammography, Vascular and/or Cardiovascular Imaging.
- Clinical sites are arranged by the Clinical Coordinator in collaboration with the student where they will work for a minimum of 20 hours per week for 15 weeks.
- Students are responsible for and must complete a background check and drug screening prior to beginning rotations.
- Awarded three college credit hours upon completion.
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This data is also available on the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technologist’s website at www.jrcert.org.
ARRT Registry First Attempt Pass Rate
- Five-year average national credentialing examination pass rate on the first attempt: 91%
- The number of first-time examinees taking the national certification examination within the most recent past five-year period: 102
- The number of first-time examinees passing the national certification examination on the first attempt within the most recent five-year period: 93
Program Completion (Graduation) Rate
- Number of students initially enrolled in the most recent graduating class: 24
- Number of students that graduated in the most recent graduating class: 23
Job Placement Rate within 12 Months of Graduation
- Five-year average job placement rate within six months of graduation: 100%
- The number of graduates actively seeking employment, within the most recent five-year period: 96
- The number of graduates finding employment within six months of graduation, within the most recent five-year period: 96
College of Science & Health News
- More Than 330 Undergraduates Named to Fall 2022 Dean’s ListAvila University recently announced its Fall 2022 Dean’s List recipients, recognizing the academic excellence of the more than 330 undergraduate students who earned the distinction. The dean’s list comprises undergraduate students who meet requirements in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences and Professional Schools. All full-time admitted undergraduate students are eligible for the dean’s list….
- QA: Marlon Jones, BS Biochem, ’21Marlon Jones was an Avila STEM Scholar and graduated class of 2021 with a bachelor’s in Biochemistry, and a minor in environmental science. “I work for Trinity Biotech, a production company for HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography) instruments and point-of-care devices. I fell in love with both sciences [chemistry and biology] and merged the two,” said…
- Q&A: Cameron Leathers, BS CS ’22Cameron Leathers was an Avila STEM scholar and recently graduated in May 2022 with a bachelor’s in computer science. He now works at WellSky in Overland Park as a Support Analyst. “It’s the world headquarters. We supply medical, at-home personal care software to people all over the nation. I take incoming calls and emails from…
- More Than 310 Undergraduates Named to Spring 2022 Dean’s ListAvila University recently announced its Spring 2022 Dean’s List recipients, recognizing the academic excellence of the more than 310 undergraduate students who earned the distinction. The dean’s list comprises undergraduate students who meet requirements in the Colleges of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Professional Schools, and Science and Health. All full-time admitted undergraduate students are…