The clinical curriculum is composed of six sequentially linked competency-based clinical education courses that increase in complexity and requirements. Compliance with all handbook policies is required. Grades in clinical courses will be lowered to reflect lack of adherence to clinically related policies. Specific details of the clinical curriculum are in the clinical syllabi and in the Master Plan of Education in the Program Director's office. Clinical syllabi are provided to the student at the commencement of each clinical course.
The program Clinical Coordinator or designee assigns students to specific clinical areas. These assignments provide students with the volume and variety of clinical experiences to progress successfully through the program.
The clinical education settings of the program include:
Clinical rotations include:
Elective rotations include:
Our RT Education Program details our goals and student learning outcomes, as well as benchmarks for performance.
Read more about our RT program academics, including the academic calendar and academic courses offered.
In order to graduate, students must complete certain academic and educational requirements.
The RT Education program is affiliated with Widener's University College, Bloomsburg University, and Gwynedd Mercy College.
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