The Yuba College Radiologic Technology Program accepts applicants once a year, in the Spring. The program is 5 1/2 semesters in length. Students, upon successful completion, will earn an Associate of Science (A.S.) degree.
Yuba College hosts a classroom in Marysville and Redding, California. 20 students and 4 alternates are selected for the Marysville campus and 5 students are selected for the Redding campus.
Students selected as alternates must attend the RT 55 orientation class. Alternates, if not chosen to participate in the Program during the year selected, are given an opportunity to fill a cohort position the following year.
Below is a list of courses, a brief description of the course, the semester it is taken, and the unit hours.
|Course ID||Course Description||Semester||College Units|
|RT 55||Introduction to Radiologic Sciences||First Spring Semester||1|
|RT 1||Fundamentals of Radiologic Sciences and Health Care||First Fall Semester||4|
|RT 2||Radiation Physics and Equipment||First Fall Semester||4|
|RT 3A||Radiographic Procedures I||First Fall Semester||3|
|RT 6A||Radiologic Technology Internship 1||First Fall Semester||5.5|
|RT 3B||Radiographic Procedures 2||Second Spring Semester||3|
|RT 4||Principles of Radiation: Physics, Biology, and Protection||Second Spring Semester||4|
|RT 5||Principles of Radiation Expsoure and Equipment||Second Spring Semester||4|
|RT 6B||Radiologic Technology Internship 2||Second Spring Semester||4.5|
|RT 6C||Radiologic Technology Internship 3||First Summer Semester||7|
|RT 3C||Radiographic Procedures 3||Second Fall Semester||3|
|RT 6D||Radiologic Technology Internship 4||Second Fall Semester||8|
|RT 7||Advanced Radiographic Studies||Second Fall Semester||1|
|RT 8||Radiographic Pathology and Image Critique||Second Fall Semester||2|
|RT 3D||Radiographic Procedures 4||Third Spring Semester||2|
|RT 6E||Radiologic Technology Internship 5||Third Spring Semester||8.5|
|RT 9||Advanced Modalities||Third Spring Semester||2|
|RT 12||Radiologic Technology Board Review||Third Spring Semester||1.5|