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Program Effectiveness

Medical Imaging Program Effectiveness Data

The Columbus State Community College Medical Imaging program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). In compliance with the JRCERT Standards, the program has made program effectiveness data available to students and the general public.

Year Completion Rate Examination Pass Rate Job Placement Rate
2013 95.7%
(22 students completed / 23students initially enrolled)
83%
(19 first time examinees passing / 23 first time examinees taking. Includes one transfer student )
90.5%
(19 graduates finding employment / 21 graduates actively seeking employment)
2012 95.7%
(22 students completed / 23students initially enrolled)
100%
(22 first time examinees passing / 22 first time examinees taking )
95.4%
(21 graduates finding employment / 22 graduates actively seeking employment)
2011 95.7%
(22 students completed / 23students initially enrolled)
100%
(22 first time examinees passing / 22 first time examinees taking )
77.3%
(17 graduates finding employment / 22 graduates actively seeking employment)
2010 95.7%
(22 students completed / 23students initially enrolled)
100%
(22 first time examinees passing / 22 first time examinees taking )
90.1%
(20 graduates finding employment / 22 graduates actively seeking employment)
2009 83.3%
(20 students completed / 24students initially enrolled)
100%
(20 first time examinees passing /20 first time examinees taking )
90.0%
(16 graduates finding employment / 20 graduates actively seeking employment)
5 year average 94%
(110 students completed / 117 students initially enrolled)
91%
(108 first time examinees passing / 119 first time examinees taking )
86.9%
(93 graduates finding employment / 107 graduates actively seeking employment)

 

  • Program Completion Rate (calculated annually) - The number of students who complete the program within a cohort compared to the number who enrolled in the cohort initially.
  • Credentialing Examination Pass Rate (five-year average) - The number of graduates who pass the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) or an unrestricted state licensing examination (Radiography, Radiation Therapy, and Magnetic Resonance) compared with the number of graduates who take the examination with six months of graduation.
  • Job Placement Rate (five-year average) - The number of graduates employed in the radiologic sciences, within six months of graduation, compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment in the radiologic sciences.