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  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in the relevant courses * with no grade lower than C.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher in Anatomy & Physiology I and II.
  • Anatomy and Physiology I and II cannot be more than five years old, Physics, no more than ten years old.
  • Challenge exams are offered for biology courses through Union County College.
  • All general education courses need not be taken prior to applying to Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Harold B. and Dorothy A. Snyder Schools. However, one may transfer up to 36 comparable credits (40 for those with a bachelor’s degree), into the program. No grade lower than C is considered for transfer.
  • Applicants may check on the transferability of previously completed college courses by visiting www.njtransfer.org.

*Relevant Courses:
Algebra
English Composition I and II
Anatomy and Physiology I and II
Elements of Physics or General Physics
Elementary Mathematical Analysis or Elementary Statistics
Introduction to Psychology
Principles of Sociology
Introduction to Computer Applications or Introduction to Information Systems
Humanities elective (1)

  • Students who have not completed algebra, biology and chemistry in high school, must take the high school equivalent courses at Union County College.

High School Biology……………… BIO 102
High School Chemistry…………… CHEM 101
High School Algebra……………… MAT 022, MAT 019/021 sequence

  • The College Level Examination Program (CLEP) provides a method of earning college credits by taking examinations in various subject areas. Students may apply for CLEP through www.collegeboard.com. Union County College recognizes CLEP scores and will apply credit in areas if CLEP scores meet the college requirements. Credit will not be given where there is evidence of previous academic work.
     
  • Transfer of successfully completed radiography courses is considered for accepted students. Radiography course outlines and syllabi must be submitted.
     
  • Applicants attending Union County College prior to becoming Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Muhlenberg Snyder students are not considered transfer students.
     
  • Admission to the School of Radiography is processed through the Admissions Office at Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Muhlenberg Snyder Schools. It is not necessary to apply separately to Union County College.
     
  • Radiography applicants should select only one program. Acceptance into the program will be based on the School’s criteria.
     
  • Individuals apply during the Open Application dates.
    The School accepts applications for the Fall (September) and Spring (January) semester.

NOTE: Application requirements – It is the applicant responsibility to provide the following information, verification and/or credentials to the HACKENSACK MERIDIAN HEALTH JFK MUHLENBERG SNYDER SCHOOLS ADMISSION OFFICE.

  • Official High School transcript or GED/TASC test scores
  • Foreign transcripts will require an evaluation from a current member of NACES (the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services), www.naces.org
  • Official transcripts from College, Vocational Schools, School of Practical Nursing, Radiography
  • One complete reference
  • Entrance Exam – ATI TEAS
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen, Naturalized Citizen, or have a Permanent Resident Card (green card)
  • Essay
  • Personal Statement - If applicable, see Applicant checklist for instructions
  • Consumer Information Sheet

Follow the applicant checklist on the application for details on each item listed above.

If you feel that your application needs additional explanation (i.e., academic history), please feel free to include a statement to this effect.

  • Admission is selective and competitive.
     
  • The Admissions Committee may request that the applicant clarify information presented to the Schools before an admissions decision is made.
     
  • Applicants are notified by mail on the Admissions Committee’s decision. Individuals who are accepted into a program must submit a non-refundable acceptance fee.
     
  • Applicants who are declined admissions into one program and apply to another program, must complete a new application, write an essay and submit another application fee. It is also necessary to submit a new reference.
     
  • Students who wish to transfer from one program to another program within the Schools must complete a new application form, write an essay, submit an official updated Union County College transcript and include a reference from the first Hackensack Meridian Health JFK Muhlenberg Snyder School program that they attended.
     
  • Any student who has a documented learning disability will be given reasonable accommodations throughout the program of study. For further information, see the Student Handbook for Medical Imaging. Student Handbook for Medical Imaging.
     
  • Students are expected to be able to access and use a computer and printer. Course material, certain exams, review material and hospital technology require the use of computer and printers.
     
  • Placement in any of the School’s courses is on a seat-available basis.

 

Radiography Program Curriculum

RADIOGRAPHY PROGRAM
PRE-PROFESSIONAL COURSES
 
Course Number Course Title Credit Hours
REQUIRED PRE-REQUISITE COURSES FOR FALL START  
MAT119 Algebra 4
ENG101 English Composition I 3
ENG102 English Composition II 3
BIO105 Anatomy & Physiology I 4
Course Limit: 5 years    
BIO106 Anatomy & Physiology II 4
Course Limit: 5 years    
RNTM101 Intro to Medical Terminology (online course for accepted students only, this is a Professional Course) 1
REQUIRED # OF PRE-REQUISITE CREDITS FOR RADIOGRAPHY START IN THE FALL SEMESTER 19
*PHY125**or PHY101** Elements of Physics or General Physics 4
Course Limit: 10 years. **If Physics is not completed as a pre-requisite this must be completed by Fall I.  
MAT140* or MAT127* Elementary Mathematical Analysis I or Elementary Statistics 4
PSY101* Introduction to Psychology 3
SOC101* Principal of Sociology 3
CIS100* or CIS101* Introduction to Computer Applications OR Introduction to Information Systems 3
HUM ELEC* Humanities Elective 3
  TOTAL 20
  TOTAL PRE- OR CO-REQUISITE GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES 39
All of the courses above must be successfully completed prior to graduation eligibility. *Suggested as a pre-requisite, but may be completed as a co-requisite.  
PROFESSIONAL RADIOGRAPHY COURSES  
FALL SEMESTER  
RNTM103 Introduction to Medical Imaging 4
RADM120 Radiographic Procedure I 3
CLPR901 Clinical Practicum (2 days per week) 0
SPRING SEMESTER I  
RNTM102 Healthcare Today
Online course, for accepted Radiography students only
2
RADM121 Radiographic Procedure II 3
RADM110 Principles of Radiographic Exposure I 3
CLPR902 Clinical Practicum (3 days per week) 0
FIRST YEAR/SUMMER I  
RADM122 Radiography Procedures III 2
RADM135 Radiation Biology 2
CLPR903 Clinical Practicum (2-4 days per week) 0
FIRST YEAR/SUMMER II  
CLPR904 Clinical Practicum (2-4 days per week) 0
JSEM Junior Seminar 0
FALL SEMESTER II  
RADM223 Radiographic Procedures IV 3
RADM211 Principles of Radiographic Exposure II 3
RADM212 Radiographic Physics 3
CLPR905 Clinical Practicum (3 days per week) 0
SSEM1 Senior Seminar I 0
SPRING SEMESTER II  
RADM224 Radiographic Procedures V 3
RADM213 Radiographic Equipment 3
RADM201 Radiographic Pathology
Online course, for accepted Radiography students only
3
RNTM201 Fundamentals of CT 3
RNTL201 CT Skills Assessment 1
CLPR906 Clinical Practicum (3 days per week) 0
SSEM2 Senior Seminar II 0
SECOND YEAR/SUMMER I  
CLPR907 Clinical Practicum (2-4 days per week) 0
SSEM3 Senior Seminar III 0
SECOND YEAR/SUMMER II  
CLPR908 Clinical Practicum (2-4 days per week) 0
SSEM4 Senior Seminar IV 0
TOTAL PROFESSIONAL COURSES 41

 

Class Schedule: Professional Courses are Monday – Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm. (Schedule subject to change each semester).

Clinical Sites – Radiography

THE CLINICAL EDUCATION ASSIGNMENT
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 assignments are equally distributed among enrolled students. The clinical education settings of the program include:

LIST OF CLINICAL SITES
JFK Medical Center
65 James Street
Edison, NJ 08818
St. Barnabas Medical Center
94 Old Short Hills Road
Livingston, NJ 07052
 
VANJ Health Care System
385 Tremont Avenue
East Orange, NJ 07018
Summit Medical Group
One Diamond Hill Road
Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922
 
Trinitas Medical Center
225 Williamson Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07202
 
 
Clinical sites subject to change each semester.

THE CLINICAL EDUCATION ASSIGNMENT HOURS
The usual clinical education assignment hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Adequate supervision will be provided for all clinical assignments. Total clinical and classroom hours do not exceed 40 hours per week. Assignments on any one-day are not scheduled to exceed 7.5 hours, but no student will be permitted to leave a patient during the course of an examination. The student is required to complete any examinations/he begins, which includes getting images checked for necessary repeats or additional images and seeing that the patient is dismissed from the department.

Fees for clinical will be included each semester in your tuition.

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Revised Oct. 31,2019

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