The Radiologic Sciences Program will accept approximately 30 students for each class. Brookhaven College reserves the right to adjust the number selected.
Download the Radiologic Sciences Program information and admissions packet for detailed admissions criteria and application forms.
Application to the Radiologic Sciences Program requires completion of the following steps.
Acceptance to the Radiologic Sciences Program is through a competitive selection process based on a point system outlined in Section G of the information packet. Potential applicants are required to view the Online Information Session which outlines the program, requirements, application procedures, and acceptance policies.
The Texas Department of State Health Services requires that
all students enrolled in health professions programs that are exposed to blood and body fluid
must have completed the Hepatitis B series
prior to direct patient care. The series includes three injections.
Students enrolling in EMT-B, EMT-P, nursing and radiologic sciences programs
must have a completed the immunization series
before they begin clinical rotations. Students without proof of completed immunizations
will not be allowed to continue in the program. No exceptions.
required proof of completed immunizations and test include:Tetanus and Diptheria, Measles/Mumps/Rubella, Varicella and a Tuberculosis test within the last 12 months. If the TB test was positive, then results from a current annual chest x-ray will need to be provided.
Hospitals/clinical facilities have the right to refuse students who have asked for exemptions from immunizations for personal or religious reasons. These cases will be handled individually.
Clinical opportunities are not available for any student who cannot obtain a
U.S. Social Security number. Upon acceptance to Brookhaven College's health programs in Emergency Medical Services, Nursing and Radiologic Sciences, students are required to obtain a social security number.
International students are advised to contact the Brookhaven College
Multicultural Center office, Room S136,
bhcMulticulturalCenter@dcccd.edu, 972-860-4192, concerning this requirement.
Students enrolling in the degree program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.
Life support classes offered: ACLS, PALS, BCLS, PEPP and PHTLS. Call for class times 972-860-7879.