Associate in Science Degree

The Radiologic Technology Program prepares students for entry level employment as radiologic technologists in hospitals and medical offices. It is offered as an academic program by Middlesex Community College in collaboration with Middlesex Hospital.  General education courses are held at the College, while those courses requiring specialized laboratories, equipment, and hands-on practical experience are held at Middlesex Healthcare system facilities.  The curriculum covers a 22-month period, including a 5 month internship (Jan-May).

Enrollment in the program is restricted by clinical facility capacity as per JRCERT accreditation guidelines.

Applicants must first meet the general college admissions procedures (see college catalog). Once these requirements are met, the applicant must provide the college with the following information by March 23, 2018:  three completed Applicant/Information Reference Forms, a one-page biography stating goals/reasons for program entry, and present the Observation/Documentation Form demonstrating completion of a two hour program observation at an imaging department within a hospital facility. In addition, college applicants need a 2.7 GPA for all college work. A grade of C+ or better taken within the past five years is required in Anatomy & Physiology I & II. Final admission procedures for candidate selection involves an interview with an interview committee and a personal background check, which is a hospital requirement to do clinical training at Middlesex Health Care System facilities. Admission to the college does NOT GUARANTEE admission to the radiology technology program.

The Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606-3182.

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Graduation Checklist

Radiologic Technology Degree – Graduation Checklist

A Graduation Checklist is a printable list of course requirements you will use when you meet with your academic advisor each semester.  The checklist helps you keep track of your progress from when you first enter MxCC to when you are ready to graduate.

Radiologic Technology Degree (By Semester)


  • ENG*101(L): Composition (3 credits) with a C or better
  • BIO*211 (D): Human Anatomy & Physiology I (4 credits) with a C+ or better taken within the past 5 years.
  • Computer literacy. This requires a passing score on a computer proficiency test, or completion of CCC CSA*105 , CSA*106 or CSC*101 or equivalent with a grade “C” or higher, completed prior to the application deadline.


  • BIO*212 (D, L): Human Anatomy & Physiology II (4 credits) with a C+ or better taken within the past 5 years but no later than the spring semester of application year.


Semester I- Fall
16 Credits
PHY*110 Introductory Physics4
MED*125 Medical Terminology3
MAT*137 Intermediate Algebra3
RAD*105 Radiographic Anatomy & Procedures I3
RAD*109 Methods of Patient Care I1
RAD*171 Radiographic Clinical Practicum I2
Semester 2- Spring
14 Credits
PSY*111 (D) General Psychology I3
RAD*209 Methods of Patient Care II3
RAD*172 Radiographic Clinical Practicum II2
RAD*219 Radiographic Equipment and Image Production3
RAD*204 Radiographic Anatomy & Procedures II3
Summer Session
7 Credits
RAD*240 Radiographic Clinical Practicum III4
RAD*200 Radiologic Physics & Diagnostic Imaging Modalities3
Semester 3- Fall
15 Credits
Elective: Humanities or Fine Arts3
RAD*222 Radiobiology and Protection3
RAD*215 Radiographic Pathology3
RAD*206 Quality Assurance3
RAD*241 Radiographic Clinical Practicum IV3
Semester 4- Springl
6 Credits
RAD*271 Advanced Clinical Internship6

The program of study reflects a full-time curriculum plan that matriculated students enrolled in the radiologic technology program are required to complete before graduation. Many students complete most of the general education courses before applying to the program. Non-radiology courses must be taken no later than the semester listed in the plan of study but may be taken earlier; radiology courses must be taken in the stated sequence. RAD* courses scheduled for the summer session are mandatory courses toward the completion of the radiologic technology professional curriculum. Students must earn a “C” or higher in all RAD* designated and program courses with the exception of BIO*211 and BIO*212 which is a C+ or higher.  Students who fail to complete required courses or meet the minimum grade requirement may be dismissed from the program. There may be pre-requisite courses that must be successfully completed prior to taking listed courses. It is the responsibility of the students to know and meet all requirements for graduation.