Shore Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology Application Admission Period open for New School Year

December 30, 2014

Shore Medical Center’s School of Radiologic Technology application admission period will begin on January 1, 2015. The School provides a full-time, two-year certificate program that teaches students the safe and correct way to take X-rays of the human body. The program is divided between classroom hours and hands-on clinical experience. Program graduates are awarded a certificate of program completion, which along with the possession of an Associates Degree or higher will allow them to apply for the American Registry of Radiographic Technologists (ARRT) Examination. Upon successful completion of the examination graduates may apply for State licensure.

Applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the first day of class and have a high school diploma or a GED. Applicants who have not already earned their Associate in Applied Science degree must have completed the following prerequisites at Atlantic Cape Community College with a minimum GPA of 3.0 before applying to the program:

  • Bioethics: Realities of the New Millennium
  • College Algebra or Precalculus
  • Comprehensive Medical Terminology
  • Conceptual Physics
  • English Composition I and II
  • General Psychology
  • Heritage of the Western World I or II
  • The Human Body
  • Interpersonal Communications or Public Speaking
  • Introduction to Computers

Applicants who have already earned a degree must have a minimum GPA of 3.0, including the successful completion of the following three college credit courses with a grade of “B” or higher: Written/Oral Communication (i.e.: English Composition), Mathematics/Logical Reasoning (College Algebra or Precalculus) and Medical Terminology. The degree does not need to be in radiologic sciences.

The application admission period ends February 28, 2015. All applications must be received by this date.

In August of 2013, Shore Medical Center and Atlantic Cape Community College in Mays Landing, NJ, entered into an agreement where students in Shore’s School of Radiologic Technology who successfully complete the two-year program and all prerequisite courses at Atlantic Cape will receive an Associate in Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology.

The School of Radiologic Technology has trained students for careers as radiologic technologists for more than 20 years. As one of the few hospital-based programs in the state – and one of only three radiology schools of any kind in South Jersey – Shore’s program provides classroom and practical experience through rotations at outpatient centers and hospitals throughout the region. In October of 2012, the school received its eight-year accreditation renewal from the Joint Review Committee of Education in Radiologic Technology, which is a testament to its high standard of excellence.

For more information, or if you meet the criteria stated above and would like to request an application packet to be mailed to you, visit ShoreMedicalCenter.org/RadiologySchool or email RadiologySchool@ShoreMedicalCenter.org.