In order to ensure patient safety and welfare, the student must demonstrate "with or without accommodations" in order to successfully complete the program:
||Sufficient eyesight to observe teaching methods and patients, manipulate equipment and accessories, and evaluate radiographs for quality.
||Sufficient hearing to communicate effectively with members of the healthcare team and patients and hear various patient, equipment and background sounds.
||Sufficient gross and fine motor coordination to manipulate equipment and accessories, lift a minimum of fifty (50) pounds, and respond promptly to patient's needs.
||Satisfactory intellectual and emotional functions to ensure patient safety and to exercise independent judgment in the performance of assigned responsibilities in stressful situations.
||Satisfactory verbal, written, and reading skills to effectively and promptly communicate in English.
||The ability to work collaboratively and demonstrate ethical behaviors with all members of the healthcare team.
For questions concerning any of our degrees, please contact:
Health Professions Academic Advisor