End-of-Degree Student Learning Goals and Outcomes

The following statements describe the goals and outcomes of the programs offered by the Department of Radiologic Sciences and Imaging:

  • Goal: Students will be technically and clinically competent in their chosen area of imaging; students will demonstrate professional, compassionate care and concern to their patients.
    • Outcome: Students will apply appropriate positioning skills and CR alignment.
    • Outcome: Students will select appropriate exposure factors.
    • Outcome: Students will properly evaluate radiographic images for diagnostic value.
  • Goal: Students will demonstrate critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
    • Outcome: Students will manipulate exposure factors in non-routine/trauma situations.
    • Outcome: Students will adjust positioning techniques in non-routine/trauma procedures.
    • Outcome: Students will answer questions about radiation exposure and dose from the general public.
  • Goal: Students will demonstrate effective written and verbal communication skills.
    • Outcome: Students will demonstrate effective writing skills.
    • Outcome: Students will demonstrate effective verbal communication skills.
  • Goal: Graduates of the program will value continued growth and development in their profession.
    • Outcome: Students will articulate the value of professional growth and development.
    • Outcome: Students will understand and demonstrate professional attitude and behavior in the clinical setting.
  • Goal: Students will demonstrate professional, compassionate care and concern to their patients.
    • Outcome: Students will apply compassionate care to their patients.
    • Outcome: Students will understand the significance of patient information privacy.