The Radiologic Technology Program at Coastal Bend College is a 22-month program that incorporates didactic, laboratory, and clinical education to prepare students for an exciting career as a Health Care Professional. The program is only offered on the Beeville Campus where two energized, fully digital laboratories are utilized. Upon completion of the program, students will earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Radiologic Technology and qualification to sit for the certification and registration examination provided by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Students will also be advised on how to become licensed as a Medical Radiologic Technologist through the Texas Medical Board.

The Coastal Bend College Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology
20 North Wacker Drive, Suite 2850 
Chicago, IL 606-3182
(312) 704-5300
As of January 23, 2024, the program has been placed on probation.  
A progress report will be submitted to the JRCERT by December 1, 2024. 

Program Information
Program Mission  
The mission of the Coastal Bend College Radiologic Technology Program is to maintain standards of quality and integrity to develop technologists with internalized values of professionalism who will act in the best interest of their patients, promote cultures of ethical behavior in interdisciplinary settings, and contribute to the progression of the field.
Program Goals with Student Learning Outcomes  
1. Students are clinically competent.  
      1.1 Students will produce diagnostic radiographs.  
      1.2 Students will provide safe, reliable patient care.  
2. Students will demonstrate proficient critical thinking skills.  
      2.1 Students practice critical thinking in clinical setting.  
      2.2 Students utilize critical thinking skills in traumatic situations.   
3. Students will communicate effectively.  
      3.1 Students use effective and oral communication with clinical staff and patients.  
      3.2 Students will demonstrate written and oral communication skills.  
4. Students will exhibit professionalism while performing Radiologic Technologist duties.  
      4.1 Students will demonstrate professional behaviors.  
      4.2 Students will demonstrate knowledge of professional attributes.

BIOL 2301 - Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 2101 - Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 2302 - Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 2102 - Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
MATH 1314 - College Algebra

  • Must be completed within 7 years of program application deadline.
  • All pre-requisite and co-requisite general education courses must be completed with a "C" or better.

Applying to the Program

  • Applicants must complete a Coastal Bend College application and be accepted into the college before applying to the program. Acceptance into Coastal Bend College does not guarantee acceptance into the Radiologic Technology Program. Admission policies for Coastal Bend College can be found on the Admissions Webpage.
  • Prior to acceptance, students must submit their unofficial transcripts with their application to the program. After acceptance, transcripts of students with transfer credit are evaluated by the Admissions and Registrar's Office in accordance with the Transcript Evaluation Process that begins with students completing the Transcript Evaluation Form.
  • Twenty-one students will be selected to begin the program each Fall. Student selection is based on a point scoring system. The program uses this Score Sheet to determine eligibility. If there is a tie, student academic history will be taken into consideration and a final decision will be made by program administration.
  • Applications will be reviewed early June; acceptance, denial, and alternate letters will be sent via email mid-June.
  • GPAs will be averaged for applicants with multiple transcripts when determining GPA points toward application.
  • If grades are not posted to your transcripts before the application deadline, you must notify the Radiology Department that you are waiting on your grades to be posted prior to the application deadline.
  • Applications may be submitted throughout the academic year.
  • The Radiology Program is exempt of the EDUC 1300 requirement.
  • Applicants must be over 18 by the time they will apply for licensing through the Texas Medical Board.
  • Applicants must be mentally and physically able to perform radiologic procedures.

After a student has been accepted into the program, the following will be required:

1. Physical examination filled out by physician

2. Current immunization records will need to be up to date, including: Hepatitis B vaccine, Tuberculin skin test, and Covid-19 vaccine.

3. Drug Screening and criminal background check

4. CPR Certification (CBC offers CPR certification)

5. Liability Insurance

Tuition, fees, and refunds

A breakdown of student expenses for the program can be found here.

  • The book bundle purchased the first semester will be used throughout the program. One other book will need to be purchased the fourth semester of the program.
  • The cost for uniforms and patches is estimated.
  • Travel to clinic sites is the responsibility of students in the program. This expense is not included in student costs but should be taken into consideration.

The Coastal Bend College Tuition and Mandatory Fee Refund Policy can be found beginning on page 30 of the Catalog and Student Handbook.

Please see the CBC 2023-2024 Academic Calendar for important dates.

Formal Student Complaint Process

Coastal Bend College encourages a formal complaint to be resolved in a respectful manner. Retaliation of any form for filing a formal complaint will not be tolerated. All students have the right to complete the formal complaint process, which should be followed in all situations where informal resolution is insufficient to address the issue(s).

An anonymous formal complaint is allowed, however, the College's ability to investigate and respond to a formal complaint can be hindered. Please complete the online formal complaint form entirely, providing as much detail as possible. All formal complaint submissions are confidential and shared only with those who need to know.

A formal complaint is a request for the resolution of a problem, conflict, concern, or issue that negatively impacts a student(s). A formal complaint must be filed using the CBC Formal Student Complaint Form.

Radiologic Technology Degree Plan

The program is exempt from the EDUC 1300 requirement.

Grading system:

The program utilizes the following grading system for all RADR courses.
A= 100%-92%
B= 91%-83%
C= 82%-75%
F= 74%-0%
I= Incomplete

Students having been accepted into the program will be required to maintain a minimum grade of "75%" for all radiology courses.

Clinical Obligations:

Students of the program will be required to display competency in general, mandatory, and elective imaging procedures as suggested by the ARRT during their clinical rotations under the observation of qualified Radiologic Technologists.

Travel to clinical sites is the sole responsibility of the student.

Clinic sites may be up to a one and a half hour drive from the Beeville Campus.

Program Schedule

After graduation, the program will continue communication with students and employers to determine the program's job placement rate.

The JRCERT defines the job placement rate as: The number of graduates employed in the radiologic sciences compared to the number of graduates actively seeking employment in the radiologic sciences.

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, for example, due to salary or hours, 4) graduate is on active military duty, and/or 5) graduate is continuing education.

Clinical Affiliations
Methodist Hospital South
905 HWY 97 E
Jourdanton, TX 78206
(830) 769-5258
Methodist Affiliation Agreement 

Refugio Memorial Hospital
301 N. Alamo St.
Refugio, TX 78377
(361) 526-2321
Refugio Affiliation Agreement 

Connally Memorial Medical Center
499 10th Street
Floresville, TX 78114
(830) 393-1300
CMMC Affiliation Agreement 

Otto Kaiser Memorial Hospital
3349 South Hwy 181
Kenedy, TX 78119
(830) 583-3401
 Otto Kaiser Affiliation Agreement 

Christus Spohn Hospital Alice
2500 East Main
Alice, TX 78332
(361) 661-8856

Christus Spohn Hospital Beeville
1500 E. Houston
Beeville, TX 78102
(361) 354-2577
Spohn Affiliation Agreement 

Christus Spohn Hospital Kleberg
1311 General Cavazos
Kingsville, TX 78363
(361) 595-9764
Spohn Affiliation Agreement  

Christus Spohn Hospital Shoreline 
600 Elizabeth St 
Corpus Christi, TX 78404
(361) 881-3000
Cuero Regional Hospital
2550 N Esplanade St
Cuero, TX 77954
(361) 275-0517  
Cuero Affiliation Agreement
Detar Hospital Navarro
501 E San Antonio St
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 575-7441
Detar Hospital North
101 Medical Dr
Victoria, TX 77901
(361) 573-6100
Helpful Links
CT Application

Computed Tomography Program Application

MRI Application

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program Application


Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology link


American Society of Radiologic Technologists


The American Resgistry of Radiologic Technologists


Texas Medical Board Link

Meet the Faculty
Virginia Wall
Director of Radiologic Technology
Anissa Rix
Anissa Rix
Clinical Coordinator; MRI, CT Assistant Professor
(36-1) -354-2500 2500
Sandra Gonzales
Sandra Gonzales
Assistant Professor
(36-1) -354-2302 2302
Kerri Manning
Clinical Preceptor, Radiologic Technology
Student Testimonials

Radiologic Technology

Jake Rosenbaum

CBC is such a great place to learn!

Jake Rosenbaum Radiologic Technology Student
Erica Onofre

I love the network of friends I've made in the program.

Erica Onofre Radiologic Technology Student