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Radiologic Technology Introduction
Thank you for your interest in the two year Associate Degree Program in Radiologic Technology. Our program begins once each year in June. Applications are accepted Feb 1 through March 15.
To discuss preparation for the Radiography Program please schedule an appointment with the Health Sciences Counselor, Lydia Basmajian (805-378-1428). Any other questions please refer to the Health Sciences Department (805-378-1433).
The program consists of three concurrent components: lecture, skills lab and clinical lab (internship). The lecture and skills lab courses are taught on campus; the clinical lab-internship is conducted in our affiliated medical centers Radiology Department with state of the art X-ray equipment.
All of the Radiography core courses are taught during the day, Monday through Friday approximately 8AM-5PM; some general education courses have evening and Saturday offerings, and some courses are available online. The two-year program includes approximately 2200 hours of clinical internship experience.
The hospital clinical practicum sites are: (1)Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center, Thousand Oaks, (2)Simi Valley Hospital, Simi Valley (3)Providence Holy Cross Medical Center, Mission Hills (4)Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Panorama City (5) Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Woodland Hills (6) Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, Burbank (7) St. John's Regional Medical Center, Oxnard, (8) St. John's Pleasant Valley Hospital, Camarillo.
Our counseling department conducts a monthly career information seminar about the Radiography Program. Please call them for the dates. (805-378-1400 ext 1428).
The courses and meeting times for each semester are listed in the schedule of classes. Information is subject to change; for current curriculum, consult the most recent Moorpark College catalog. Available for purchase from the campus bookstore (805-378-1436).