Radiologic Science

Associate of Applied Science Degree.

About the program:

Radiologic Science is both an art and a science. It is the largest of the allied health professions. Radiologic Technologists, also known as Radiographers and Medical Imaging Technologists, are trained in the specialized technical area of medical radiography. Radiologic Technologists use their skills and knowledge of human anatomy and physiology, X-ray equipment and physics of X-ray production to create diagnostic radiographic images in a wide variety of settings. The Radiologic Science Program at Kilgore College prepares students to enter the profession of radiography through classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences. An energized lab allows Radiologic Science students to simulate real life experiences on our campus before entering the clinical environment. Students are prepared to assume a professional role in the field of Radiologic Science upon successful program completion.

When do classes start and what do you advise for applicants?

A new class begins each Fall semester. In order to be considered for admission, an application must be submitted and admission granted. To be competitive in the applicant pool, students should have as many pre-admission courses completed as possible prior to applying to the program.

How do I apply?

To apply to the program, candidates will need to download the Information and Application Packet and follow the instructions contained within the packet. All specified documents must be submitted by March 15 to be considered for entry to the fall class.

Course information:

Radiologic Science

Nelson Denny Reading Test

The Nelson Denny test is part of the Radiologic Science Program admissions process.  Many students have found it helpful to practice for the Nelson Denny.

An excellent free practice site is found here.

Testing dates are available between January and March 15 each year. Once the available testing dates are set for the next application period, they will be listed on this page.

Frequently Asked Questions

For information about Radiologic Science:

Ursula Dyer, MS, BSRT (R) (CT)
Program Director, Instructor
Radiologic Science Department
Phone:
(903) 983-8636
Office:
Health Science Center (HSC), Level B, Room G59
Fax:
(903) 988-7547
Nancy Lamouroux
Clinical Coordinator, Instructor
Radiologic Science Department
Phone:
(903) 983-8149
Office:
Health Science Center (HSC), Level B, G71
Catherine Vega
Support Specialist
Health Sciences
Phone:
(903) 983-8204
Office:
Health Science Center (HSC), Level B, Room G65
Fax:
(903) 988-7547