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Radiography and Respiratory Therapy Program Update

QUESTIONS? CONTACT:

Jackie Korbel
Allied Health Advisor
301.934.2251 x7408
Jkoerbel@csmd.edu

Please note the following updates for the Radiography and Respiratory Therapy programs:

Petition deadline date for the Radiography and Respiratory Therapy programs has been changed to April 1, 2018


Radiography

Twelve (12) credits from the following courses must be completed at CSM by the end of the Spring semester with a “C” or higher in order to meet the eligibility requirements for the articulation agreement with Prince George’s Community College :

  • BIO 2070 and BIO 2070L, Human Anatomy and Physiology I, lecture and lab (4 credits)
  • BIO 2080 and BIO 2080L, Human Anatomy and Physiology II, lecture and lab (4 credits)
  • ENG 1010, Composition and Rhetoric (3 credits)
  • General Education Math (3 credits)
  • HTH 1100, Medical Terminology (1 credit)

Highly recommended to be completed before transferring:

  • PSY 1010, General Psychology (3 credits)
  • ENG 1020, Composition and Literature (3 credits)
  • COM 1250, Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3 credits)

It is better to have all general education courses completed prior to transferring to PGCC.  A core grade point average will be calculated on the following courses:  ENG 1010, BIO 2070, BIO 2070L, BIO 2080, BIO 2080L, and general education math.  Students may repeat a course one time.  Withdrawals and audits count as a repeat.

The ATI TEAS (Allied Health) must be completed prior to April 1 with the following scores:  Proficient or higher in the ATI Preparedness Category, minimum reading level of 69% or higher, and the minimum recommended adjusted score is 65%.  Applicants who exceed the minimum requirements are more competitive.  The ATI TEAS (Allied Health) may be taken twice a year.

The Radiography program is accredited by:  Joint Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT), 20 N. Wacker Drive, Suite 2850, Chicago, IL 60606, 312-704-5300 (phone), 312-704-5304 (fax), www.jrcert.org.



Respiratory Therapy

Twelve (12) credits from the following courses must be completed at CSM by the end of the Spring semester with a “C” or higher in order to meet the eligibility requirements for the articulation agreement with Prince George’s Community College :

  • BIO 2070 and BIO 2070L, Human Anatomy and Physiology I, lecture and lab (4 credits)
  • BIO 2080 and BIO 2080L, Human Anatomy and Physiology II, lecture and lab (4 credits)
  • ENG 1010, Composition and Rhetoric (3 credits)
  • MTH 1115, Applied College Algebra (3 credits) OR MTH 1120, College Algebra (3 credits)
  • CHE 1200 and 1200L, General Chemistry I, lecture and lab (4 credits)

 

Highly recommended to be completed before transferring:

  • PSY 1010, General Psychology (3 credits)
  • ENG 1020, Composition and Literature (3 credits)
  • COM 1250, Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (3 credits)
  • HTH 1100, Medical Terminology (1 credit)

It is better to have all general education courses completed prior to transferring to PGCC.  A core grade point average will be calculated on the following courses:  ENG 1010, BIO 2070, BIO 2070L, BIO 2080, BIO 2080L, general education math and CHE 1200 and 1200L.  Students may repeat a course one time.  Withdrawals and audits count as a repeat.

The ATI TEAS (Allied Health) must be completed prior to April 1 with the following scores:  Proficient or higher in the ATI Preparedness Category, minimum reading level of 69% or higher, and the minimum recommended adjusted score is 65%.  Applicants who exceed the minimum requirements are more competitive.  The ATI TEAS (Allied Health) can be taken twice a year.