LIMITED MEDICAL RADIOGRAPHY

Spencerian - Louisville

A Limited Medical Radiography diploma will prepare you to administer ionizing radiation.

The mission of the Limited Medical Radiology program is to provide a progressive academic and clinical educational environment by training students to become highly competent and qualified to administer ionizing radiation for medical diagnostic imaging purposes while preparing them for future licensing examination. You may find employment at clinics, physician’s offices and urgent care centers. Our program can be completed in 12 months for those taking day classes, or in 18 months for students in our evening classes.

There are two energized labs on campus for positioning practice. One of these energized labs has computed radiography (CR) capabilities. Also, our program requires 370 hours of clinical education.

If you’d like to learn more about Spencerian’s Limited Medical Radiography program, request more information or if you’re ready to get started, enroll today!

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Curriculum

Class Title Credit Hours
110 College Success Strategies
2
151 College Math
4
171 Medical Law & Ethics
4
172 Anatomy & Physiology I
4
173 Anatomy & Physiology II
4
176 Medical Terminology
4
211 Health & Safety Techniques
3
245 Career Development
2
RAD100 Introduction to Radiography
4
RAD102 Introduction to Radiographic Clinical Topics I
3
RAD121 Radiographic Positioning I
9
RAD131 Radiographic Positioning II
4
LMR201 Radiographic Imaging
4
LMR300* Limited Medical Radiography Clinical I
3
LMR301* Limited Medical Radiography Clinical II
6
LMR400 Limited Medical Radiographic Certification Review
3
Total Credit Hours
62

*The LMR clinical requirement consists of 370 hours. Due to availability of clinical space, these hours must be completed during the day. Students may not receive payment/reimbursement of any type for clinical and/or externship hours required in their academic program. Students may also not perform these clinical and/or externship hours with their employer in the capacity of their regular position.

Radiology Department has an additional policy and procedure manual.
Courses with RAD and LMR prefixes are not currently available online.

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