Radiologic Science Students

Program Effectiveness Data

Program Effectiveness Data

**Note: Students graduate from the program in December.

Program Completion Rate

The annual program completion rate is defined as the number of students who complete the program within 150% of the stated program length of 28 months.  The program benchmark is 60% or greater; program start date is the date students are placed in the clinical education component.

Year Percent Completion Number of Students
2012 65% 20 started, 13 graduated
2013 85% 20 started, 17 graduated
2014 60% 20 started, 12 graduated
2015 59% 27 started, 16 graduated
2016 56% 25 started, 14 graduated

Credentialing Examination Pass Rate 

Five-year average credentialing examination pass rate of 75% or greater at first attempt on the ARRT certification examination for radiography within six months of graduation.

Year

Percent Passing
on First Attempt

Number of
Graduates
2012 85% 11 of 13
2013 100% 17 of 17
2014 100% 12 of 12
2015 100% 15 of 15
2016 93% 14 of 15
Five-Year Average 95.8% 69 of 72

Job Placement Rate

Five-year average job placement rate of 75% or more within 12 months of graduation for graduates actively seeking employment in radiologic science.  Graduate surveys were completed six months following graduation in 2012; beginning in 2013 the JRCERT changed the data collection period to 12 months following graduation. 

Year Percent Job Placement Number of Graduates
2012 71% 13 graduates; 7 graduates responded; 5 of 7 graduates reported employment within 6 months of graduation
2013 88% 17 graduates; 15 of 17 graduates reported employment within 12 months of graduation
2014 90%

12 graduates; 9 of 10 graduates reported employment within 12 months of graduation

2015 100% 15 graduates; 15 of 15 graduates reported employment within 12 months of graduation 
2016 100% 14 graduates; 14 of 14 graduates reported employment within 12 months of graduation
Five-Year Average 92% 58 of 63 graduates reported employment within 6-12 months of graduation

The JRCERT has defined “not actively seeking employment” as:

  1. Graduate fails to communicate with program officials regarding employment status after multiple attempts OR
  2. Graduate is unwilling to seek employment that requires relocation OR
  3. Graduate is unwilling to accept employment due to salary or hours OR
  4. Graduate is on active military duty OR
  5. Graduate is continuing education.

**Program Effectiveness Data is also available on the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology website; to access this information click here.