Radiologic Program Accreditation Information
Program Accreditation and Compliance
The Radiologic Science program is currently accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). JRCERT’s most recent review of the program resulted in the award status of “Accredited” accompanied with an 8-year accreditation award. Students who have questions concerning compliance with JRCERT Standards should contact the Program Director with those concerns and follow the due process procedure if necessary. To learn more about JRCERT, log on to JRCERT website at www.jrcert.org. The JRCERT can be contacted by the contact information provided below. Please refer to JRCERT Standards provided below.
Joint Review Committee on Education of Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850
Chicago, IL 60606-3182
(312) 704-5300 – phone
(312) 704-5304 – fax
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Standards for an Accredited Educational Program
in Radiologic Sciences
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2021
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
- Standard One: Accountability, Fair Practices, and Public Information
- The sponsoring institution and program promote accountability and fair practices in relation to students, faculty, and the public. Policies and procedures of the sponsoring institution and program must support the rights of students and faculty, be well-defined, written, and readily available.
- Standard Two: Institutional Commitment and Resources
- The sponsoring institution demonstrates a sound financial commitment to the program by assuring sufficient academic, fiscal, personnel, and physical resources to achieve the program’s mission.
- Standard Three: Faculty and Staff
- The sponsoring institution provides the program adequate and qualified faculty that enable the program to meet its mission and promote student learning.
- Standard Four: Curriculum and Academic Practices
- The program’s curriculum and academic practices prepare students for professional practice.
- Standard Five: Health and Safety
- The sponsoring institution and program have policies and procedures that promote the health, safety, and optimal use of radiation for students, patients, and the public.
- Standard Six: Programmatic Effectiveness and Assessment: Using Data for Sustained Improvement
- The extent of a program’s effectiveness is linked to the ability to meet its mission, goals, and student learning outcomes. A systematic, ongoing assessment process provides credible evidence that enables analysis and critical discussions to foster ongoing program improvement.
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To inquire about the Radiologic Science program, please contact Kelley Castro.