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Program Effectiveness Outcomes

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ARRT Credentialing Examination PASS RATES (1st time takers only)
Class of:
# of Graduates:
# of Graduates Passing on 1st attempt
Pass Rate:
2010
9
9
100%
2011
6
6
100%
2012
6
5
83% *
2013
8
8
100%
2014
8
8
100%
5 Year Pass Rate
37
36
97.3%
 
* Five (5) of Six (6) graduates passed the ARRT exam on the 1st attempt. One (1) student passed on the 2nd attempt.
 
Comparisons of Average ARRT Credentialing Exam Scores (available February each year)
Class of:
St. Francis Medical Center
State of NJ
ARRT National
2010
88.8
85.9
84.9
2011
86.8
85.8
85.1
2012
84.7
86.5
85.3
2013
87.4
84.5
84.1
2014
88.3
84.5
83.8
5 Year Average
87.2
85.4
84.6
 
 
Program Completion Rates
(# of students who complete the program / # of students who enroll + transfers or re-admits)
Class of:
Entering + transfers/re-admits
Graduating
Program Completion Rate
2010
9*
9
100%
2011
7
6
86%
2012
7
6
86%
2013
8
8
100%
2014
8
8
100%
5 Year Total or Average
39
37
94.9%

      * Includes 1 transfer student

Job Placement Within Twelve Months*
(2014 JRCERT reporting requirement)
 
# of graduates that actively sought employment
# of graduates that found employment within 12 months of graduation
Average
2010*
8
6
75%
2011*
4
3
75%
2012*
5
5
100%
2013
5
5
100%
2014
7
6
86%
Total
29
25
5 Year Average = 86.2%

* Calculated on employment within 6 months

Only students who were seeking employment are counted in "Job Placement" statistics. The JRCERT has defined "not actively seeking employment" as: 1) graduate fails to communicate with program officials regarding employment status after multiple attempts, 2) graduate is unwilling to seek employment that requires relocation, 3) graduate is unwilling to accept employment due to salary or hours, 4) graduate is on active military duty, and/or 5) graduate is continuing education.

Updated August 2015

Advanced Education & Advanced Level ARRT Boards

Many program graduates pursue advanced education in specialized areas of the profession including Cat Scan, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, Sonography, Radiation Therapy, Cardiovascular Interventional Technology, Education, Management, Radiation Physics and Sales. Graduates are eligible for the ARRT Advanced Level Boards in specialty areas upon completion of the ARRT's competency requirements for the specific modality.
 

Employer and Graduate Satisfaction

Formal employer and graduate satisfaction surveys are conducted yearly and reflect a high level of satisfaction with our program. Satisfaction survey results are available upon request from program officials.

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