The Radiography Program consists of lecture, demonstrations, laboratory, and supervised clinical experiences. The students gain clinical experience by rotating through one or more of the following facilities:
- The Nebraska Medical Center
- Children's Hospital
- Creighton University Medical Center
- Veterans Affairs Medical Center
- Saint Francis Medical Center, Grand Island, NE Campus
- Columbus Community Hospital, Columbus, NE Campus
The amount of time dedicated to the clinical environment depends upon the student's year in the program and semester of enrollment. Part of the clinical experience will involve evening/weekend rotation requirements. The evening /weekend rotations will not comprise more than 25% of the student's total clinical clock hours.
The didactic component is composed of approximately 76 semester hours and complies with the American Society of Radiologic Technologists curriculum. There are optional courses available to the student in specialized areas of interest.
For a list of technical standards required by the radiography profession, please click here.
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