Associate in Applied Science
Curriculum code 1240
The Radiologic Technology A.A.S. program has special admission
requirements and limited enrollment. Applicants are responsible for ensuring
that all admission requirements are met, and all documents and scores are
submitted on time. Only complete application files will be reviewed for
Documents to be Submitted for a Complete File
application for admission if not currently enrolled in college credit
courses at Moraine Valley.
Radiologic Technology Admission Application. Applications are available in
and must be returned to the Admissions and Records Office. Application
deadline is March 1.
A completed high
school transcript showing date of graduation or a GED certificate.
transcripts from all colleges or universities previously attended.
Minimum Academic Requirements
One year of high school biology with lab, or one semester of college biology with lab, with a grade of "C" or better.
One year of high school algebra, Moraine Valley course
or above, or an equivalent course at another college, with a grade of "C" or above.
A minimum grade point average of 2.0 based on a
four-point system. The high school GPA will be used only if students have attempted less than 12 college hours. A GPA of 2.5 will be assigned if the student took the GED rather than graduate from high school.
Moraine Valley placement tests. Students may be exempt from placement tests based on previous college credit. Contact an academic advisor for information about placement test exemptions.
Math placement test score or exemption must qualify applicant to take
English placement test score or exemption must qualify applicant to take
Reading placement test score or exemption must qualify applicant for courses above
Prior to clinical placement, admitted students must submit a completed health history and physical form signed by a physician and evidence of personal health insurance.
In order to comply with certain state statutes and/or clinical affiliation
agreements, students may be asked to complete a criminal background check.
Application forms for criminal background checks may be obtained through the
Career Programs Subdivision Office, B-150, and fees paid to the Cashier's Office.
For information on criminal background application procedures, please contact
the Career Programs Subdivision Office at (708) 974-5708. Deadline dates
for completion of criminal background checks will be announced by Program
All students must be able to perform the essential functions of the curriculum. In addition to the general admission criteria above, radiography students must be able to:
Lift more than 30 pounds routinely.
Work with the arms above the head routinely.
Push, pull, bend and stoop, and kneel and squat routinely.
Work standing on their feet for the majority of the day.
Help patients on and off the X-ray equipment from wheelchairs or carts.
Write and speak to patients and staff effectively.
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Applicants for the program will be considered in the following order:
Qualified residents of the district and residents of districts engaged in cooperative agreements who submit a Radiologic Technology application by March 1 of the year they plan to enroll in the program. The applicant's file must be completed by March 15.
Qualified nonresidents who submit a Radiologic Technology application by March 1. The application must be completed by March 15.
On a space available basis, applicants who do not meet all of the admissions requirements or the deadline may be considered after March 15.
Students will be admitted to the Radiologic Technology Program through a
weighted score made up of three factors: cumulative high school or college GPA;
number of college credit hours completed; and grades & credit hours in specified
Points for various
criteria will be given according to the chart below. Students will also be
required to meet the current minimum standards for admission.
Students will be
required to list, on the application form, all colleges attended. Students will
select one of the following options on the application form for calculating
their college GPA for admission.
Use only Moraine Valley credit hours toward grade point average
calculation, degree requirements and prerequisite. (If less than 12 hours of
college credit have been attempted at Moraine Valley, the high school GPA will
Use ALL college hours earned at all colleges attended toward GPA
calculation, degree requirements and prerequisites.
Ties will be broken based on the total number of college credit hours completed.
Current minimum prerequisites and file completion requirements would still be in
Success Courses (The BIO, MTH and
MRT-110 must have been completed no longer than 5 years prior to the program admission deadline.)
Success Course Weighting
A = 3 points X Credit hours
B = 2 points X Credit hours
C = 1 points X Credit hours
All other grades = No points
BIO-180 with an A—3 points X 4 credit hours = 12 points
MTH-109 with a B—2 points X 2 credit hours = 4 points
MRT-110 with a B—2 points X 3 credit hours = 6 points
Total points for
success courses = 12 for BIO-180 + 4 for MTH-109 + 6 for
MRT-110 = 22 Pts
Applicants not selected for one starting class are individually responsible for reactivating and updating their application file for subsequent starting classes. Re-applicants must complete a new Radiologic Technology Admission Application and submit it to the Admissions and Records Office during the application period stated.