A.S. in Radiography Two Year Plan

The radiography program offers the student radiographer didactic and clinical education and courses in liberal arts and sciences. This unique affiliation between a hospital-sponsored radiography program and Fairleigh Dickinson University supports the development of knowledge, well-rounded and competent entry-level radiographers.

The curriculum consists of 77 credits, which are completed in two full-time years of study. The 77 credits consist of 27 credits of liberal arts and science courses and 50 credits of core radiography courses. Students participate in clinical education during the fall, winter, spring and summer sessions.
1st Semester (15 credits)

UNIV1001       Transitioning to University Life
RADT1101     Introduction to Radiography & Protection
RADT1105     Radiographic Procedures 
RADT1110     Clinical Practicum I  
RADT1131     Principles of Radiographic Exposure I 
RADT1150     Fundamentals of Patient Care

Winter Session (1 credit)

RADT1120     Clinical Practicum II 

2nd Semester (17 credits)

ENWR1101    English Composition I
MATH1105     College Algebra
RADT1130     Clinical Practicum III
RADT1135     Radiographic Procedures II  
RADT2251     Principles of Radiographic Exposure II
UNIV1002        Preparing for Professional Life

Summer Session I (7 credits)

ENWR1102     English Composition II
RADT1140      Clinical Practicum IV

3rd Semester (17 credits)

UNIV2001       Cross-cultural Perspectives 
CSCI1105      Computers and Computer Software
PHYS1114     Physics for Radiography
RADT2250     Clinical Practicum V  
RADT2255     Radiographic Procedure III 
RADT2252     Radiation Bio & Adv Safety Practices

4th Semester (16 credits)

PSYC1103     General Psychology
RADT2254     Radiographic Imaging Equipment & Quality Management
RADT2270     Clinical Practicum VII
RADT2271     Radiographic Pathology 
RADT2275     Radiographic Procedures IV
UNIV2002       Global Issues       

Summer Session (4 credits)

RADT2280     Clinical Practicum VIII

A minimum of 77 credits is required for graduation.