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General Admission Criteria

The applicant must:

  1. Be a high school graduate or have a GED certificate or equivalent
  2. Be 18 prior to clinical assignment
  3. Complete pre-entrance tests
  4. Have an Associate Degree** (or lack no more than 12 hours of receiving one)
    • Official transcript documenting an Associate Degree** to include:
      • At least 15 hours of general college studies (to include college algebra for credit, and communication)
      • Anatomy & Physiology (minimum of 4 credit hours)*
      • Medical Terminology (2-3 credit hours)*
        ----OR----
    • Official transcript documenting progress (lacking no more than 12 college-credit hours) toward an Associate Degree**
      • This degree must be awarded prior to completion of the Radiologic Technology certificate program
      • This degree must include:
        • At least 15 hours of general college studies (to include college algebra for credit, and communication)
        • Anatomy & Physiology (minimum of 4 credit hours)* - completed prior to acceptance into the program
        • Medical Terminology (2-3 credit hours) *- completed prior to acceptance into the program

* Must have been completed within the past five (5) years.

**Associate Degree must be awarded by an educational institution accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (a list of accrediting agencies recognized by the ARRT for the academic degree and professional education requirements is available at www.arrt.org)

5. Submit all required documentation to the Adult Career Advisor by the announced deadline. Required documentation includes:

  • Completed application for admission submitted online
  • Official copy of all transcripts - high school, college, career tech, GED scores (official equivalency interpretation required of all foreign transcripts)

6.  Acceptance into the program is contingent upon the below items:

  • Immunizations obtained (including covid)
  • Physical Exam Form completed by your physician
  • Background check completed (must be completed two weeks prior to start date)
  • Drug Screen completed (must be completed two weeks prior to start date)
  • Completion of American Heart Association BLS for Health Provider course – certification must be maintained throughout the program

We understand that there are many uses for prescribed medical marijuana. However, per the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana and Patient Protection Act Paragraph H(2)(c) of Section 427.8, individuals with direct patient care or administering pharmaceuticals cannot be under the influence of marijuana.  Therefore, students who come up positive on a drug screen for marijuana will not be able to enter a health career program, with, or without a medical prescription.

NOTE: Taking prescription medications (controlled substances) that have not been prescribed to you can result in a positive drug screen report which can hinder you from admittance into the program.