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Program Effectiveness Data

Five-year average credentialing examination (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Radiography exam) pass rate of not less than 75 percent at first attempt within six months of graduation.
   
Year % Passing on First Attempt Number of Graduates
2010 97% 31 of 32 passed on the first attempt (32/32 passed after 2nd attempt)
2011 100% 22 of 22 passed on the first attempt
2012 100% 31 of 31 passed on the first attempt
2013 87% 20 of 23 passed on the first attempt (23/23 passed after 2nd attempt)
2014 94% 17 of 18 passed on the first attempt (18/18 passed after  2nd attempt)
5-Year Total 96% 121 of 126 passed on the first attempt

 

Five-year average job placement rate of not less than 75 percent within twelve months of graduation.   
Year % Job Placement Number of Graduates
2009 93% 27 Graduated
     -1 Chose not to look for work
     -9 Continued education (Graduate school, specialty school, etc)
     -15 Employed in the field within 6 months
2010 90% 32 Graduated
     -2 Chose not to look for work
     -5 Continued education (Graduate school, specialty school, etc)
     -22 Employed in the field within 6 months
2011 95% 22 Graduated
     -1 Chose not to look for work
     -8 Continued education (Graduate school, specialty school, etc)
     -12 Employed in the field within 6 months
2012 94% 31 Graduated
     -11 Continued education (Graduate school, specialty school, etc)
     -18 Employed in the field within 6 months
2013 96% 23 Graduated
     -10 Continued education (Graduate school, specialty school, etc)
     -12 Employed in the field within 6 months
5-Year Total 93.6%  

 

Program completion rate is defined as the number of students who complete the clinical phase of the program within 150% of the stated program length. The program length for the clinical phase of the program is 2  years and program completion rate is defined as those students graduating within 3 years of beginning the professional phase of the program.
   
Year % Completion Number of Graduates
2008-2010 89% 36 Admitted;32 Graduated
     -1 Changed majors (non-academic reasons)
     -3 Non-progression for grades
2009-2011 76% 28 Admitted; 22 Graduated
      -6 Non-progression for grades
2010-2012 89% 35 Admitted; 31 Graduated
     -4 Non-progression for grades
2011-2013 88% 26 Admitted; 1 Readmitted; 23 Graduated
     -3 Non-progression for grades
2012-2014 82% 22 Admitted; 18 Graduated
     -4 Non-progression for grades
5-Year Total 86%  

For more information regarding program effectiveness data visit the JRCERT website at www.jrcert.org.


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