It is the mission of the School of Radiation Therapy to provide a quality education that actively engages the student in the classroom, laboratory, and clinical experiences that will produce an entry level therapist and prepare the student to challenge the national certification examination.
Goal 1: Students will be clinically competent.
- 1.1 Students will accurately position patients.
- 1.2 Students will evaluate radiation therapy treatment prescriptions, images
and treatment records.
- 1.3 Students will provide appropriate patient care.
Goal 2: Students will communicate effectively.
- 2.1 Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills.
- 2.2 Students will demonstrate effective written communication.
Goal 3: Students will use critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
- 3.1 Students will evaluate clinical situations using critical thinking and
problem solving skills.
- 3.2 Students will recognize setup discrepancies.
Goal 4: Students will demonstrate professional development and growth consistent with program mission and expected outcomes.
- 4.1 Students will discuss the importance of continued professional
- 4.2 Students will maintain a professional network.
Goal 5: The program will measure ongoing effectiveness.
- 5.1 Graduates will pass the ARRT certification exam on the first attempt.
- 5.2 Graduates will complete the program within 12 months.
- 5.3 Graduates actively pursuing employment will be employed within 12 months.
- 5.4 Graduates will be satisfied with their education.
- 5.5 Employers will be satisfied with the graduate’s education.