Radiologic Technology - Associate Degree

(77 credits)

NOTE: To graduate, Radiologic Technology majors must earn a C or better in all RADT courses; however, the students most likely to be competitive in the admissions process will have earned a B or better in their prerequisites.

Core Requirements
ENGL 111GRhetoric and Composition 14
MATH 120Intermediate Algebra 13
PSY 201GIntroduction to Psychology 13
or SOC 101G Introductory Sociology
Related Requirements
CHEM 110GPrinciples and Applications of Chemistry 14
BIOL 225Human Anatomy and Physiology I 14
Technical Requirements 2
RADT 100Introduction to Radiologic Technology and Patient Care2
RADT 101Radiographic Positioning I4
RADT 102Radiographic Positioning II4
RADT 103Introduction to Radiographic Imaging3
RADT 104Special Radiologic Modalities2
RADT 105Radiographic Physics and Equipment3
RADT 110Radiographic Pathology1
RADT 154Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology3
RADT 200Radiation Biology and Protection2
RADT 201Clinical Education I9
RADT 202Clinical Education II12
RADT 203Clinical Education III11
RADT 205Radiographic Image Critique1
RADT 206Applied Radiographic Procedures2
Independent Study (optional)0-6
Total Credits77

Courses are identical to those offered at New Mexico State University Las Cruces (main) Campus.


All RADT classes are restricted to students who have completed the Core and Related Requirements and have been accepted into the Radiologic Technology Program.