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Mission, Goals, and Student Learning Outcomes

Program Mission

 

MISSION STATEMENT

 

The mission of the BSRT Program is to provide procedures to prepare qualified imaging technologists who will ethically respond to the needs of patients with technical competence and compassion, and to assume a vital professional role as a medical team member.  The learning outcomes of the BSRT Program are that BSRT students will:

  1. Be adequately prepared to enter the profession in a culturally diverse society.
  2. Develop independent and critical thinking skills.
  3. Pursue education beyond the entry level BSRT Program.
  4. Develop professionalism through entry-level radiography clinical competence.

 

PROGRAM GOALS/OUTCOMES

 

  1. To provide high quality education in the Radiologic Sciences.

 

Student Learning Outcomes: 

  1. Students will complete the program successfully.
  2. Graduates will demonstrate adequate preparation for entry-level practice.
  3. Graduates will demonstrate adequate preparation to perform as entry-level   practitioner.
  4. Graduates will pass the certification or licensure exam.
  5. Graduates will score above average on the certification or licensure exam.

 

  1. To foster independent thinking and lifelong learning.

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Students will demonstrate critical thinking by posting passing scores on the indicated projects within the following online BSRT courses: RADS 3203, 3233, 3773, and 4232
  2. Graduates will enroll in MSU MSRS courses.
  3. Graduates will complete MSRS degree.
  4. Graduates will demonstrate lifelong learning by maintaining good standing with the ARRT and/or MRT.

 

  1. To develop the student’s ability to function as an active member of the health care team in a culturally diverse society.

 

Student Learning Outcomes:

  1. Enrolled students will demonstrate clinical competency in a variety of clinical education settings.
  2. Enrolled students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
  3. Graduates will find employment within 6 months of graduation.

 

Philosophy

Midwestern State University's Radiologic Science Program was designed with the philosophy that the most effective way to prepare graduates to enter the Radiologic Sciences profession is a progression from theory in the classroom to guided practice in the laboratory to "real-world" application in the clinical environment. The fall and spring semesters of the first year are devoted to on-campus classes and energized laboratories. As students enter the summer term of the second year, the focus changes to clinical experiences and some online courses. The clinical environment reinforces technological, patient care, and professional skills.