Student performing an xray on a student in class

Medical Office Radiography (Limited)

Learn about the classes and other requirements for the Medical Office Limited Medical Radiography major in the Curriculum Guide.

The Medical Office Radiography (Limited) Program at JCTC is a two-semester certificate program that combines academic and laboratory courses and an externship in a physician’s office. 

A new class is accepted in the fall. 

After graduation, a qualified student is eligible for state certification.  The radiographer (LMR) is a health professional who takes X-rays in a physician’s office that are used by the physician to diagnose and treat human diseases and/or conditions.

*A competency level of successful completion of MT 065, RDG 030 and ENC 091 must be attained for any certificate.

Prerequisite: 

Must have graduated from an accredited Medical Assisting Program or a minimum of 2 years clinical experience in a physician’s office.

Courses:

  • AHS 109 - Introduction to Body Structure and Function (4-8 credits)
  • AHS 115 - Medical Terminology (3 credits)
  • MOR 100 - Medical Office Limited Radiography (6 credits)
  • MOR 115 - Medical Office Limited Radiography Lab (3 credits)
  • MOR 117 - Advanced Medical Office Radiography (6 credits)
  • MOR 119 - Advanced Medical Office Radiography clinic (3 credits)

For more information about this program, please contact:

  • Cynthia Riley 
    • Academic Program Coordinator
    • Office:  Health Sciences Hall, room 463
    • Phone:  502-213-2625
  • Allied Health and Nursing Direct Line:
    • 502-213-4050
  • Allied Health Advising Office:
    • 502-213-2245
  • Allied Health Division Office:
    • 502-213-4200 or 502-213-4296

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