All students applying for admission to the Associate of Applied Science degree with a major in Radiologic Technology program will be required to achieve a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in the General Education courses. Pre-RT students must receive a 75 or better HESI test score and must apply to the RT major two months prior to the Major start. Completion of RT general education courses does not guarantee acceptance in to the RT Major Program.
Clicking the button below will redirect you to the My.Parker website. You will also need to login with your Parker ID and password to view and complete the application.
Click here to provide a Technical Standards Form stating you are capable of performing specific physical requirements as required for admission to the RT program
Students will still be required to meet the other requirements listed below:
- Immunizations. Students enrolling in radiologic sciences program must have completed the immunization series listed below. Students without proof of completed immunizations will not be allowed to continue into the program. Hospitals/Clinics have the right to refuse students who have asked for exemptions from immunizations for personal or religious reasons. These cases will be handled individually.
- Meningitis (MV). Texas Legislature approved Senate Bill 1107 requiring all entering university students, under the age of 30, to submit evidence of being immunized against meningococcal meningitis.
- Hepatitis B Series. The Texas Department of State Health Services requires that all students enrolled in health profession programs that are exposed to blood and body fluid must have completed the Hepatitis B series prior to direct patient care. The Hepatitis B series includes three injections. The Hepatitis B is a 3 stage series that will take at least 6 months to administer.
- Mumps, Measles, Rubella (MMR)
- Tetanus and Diphtheria
- Tuberculosis test, within the last 12 months. If the TB test comes back positive, then results from a current annual chest x-ray will need to be provided.
- Flu shot may be required
- Current CPR for BLS Healthcare Provider Card. The student’s card must not expire while participating in the RT program, approximately 16 months of class time. If your CPR for BLS Healthcare Provider Card expires during your time in the RT program, you will be dismissed from the program.
- Criminal background checks/drug screens. Students will need to sign a waiver acknowledging that they may be dismissed from the program if they fail to meet the requirements to be placed in a clinical setting.
- For required Criminal Background check and drug screen forms click here