The California Baptist University radiologic sciences program will prepare students to carry out their mission as competent radiographers, who will serve their purpose as professionals within the healthcare community. These individuals will possess the appropriate knowledge and skills necessary to function as imaging professionals within a hospital or ambulatory setting.   

Program Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Fulfillment of the program’s mission is assessed by the degree the program achieves the following goals and student learning outcomes (SLOs):

SLO #1: Students will obtain diagnostic radiographs.

SLO #2: Students will follow regulatory standards of radiation safety devices and employ ALARA principles.

SLO #3: Students will provide compassionate patient care in an increasingly diverse society.

SLO #4: Students will ethically apply stewardship over the security and confidentiality associated with patient medical information.

SLO #5: Students will communicate effectively with other healthcare professionals in the clinical setting.

SLO #6: Students will obtain accurate patient histories.

SLO #7: Students will determine the appropriate sequences for multiple exams.

SLO #8: Students will adjust exposure variables for unacceptable radiographs.

Program Effectiveness Data

Data also available at www.jrcert.org

Outcome Measure 2019 Results 2020 Results 2021 Results 2022 Results 2023 Results 
Program Completion Rate 100% 86% 100% 100% 100%
Annual Credentialing Examination Pass Rate  86% 83% 58% 57% 50%
Job Placement Rate 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Overall Satisfaction Rate of Graduates indicated by Exit Survey 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%
Employer Satisfaction Rate 100% 100% 100% 100% 100%