Students attend classes approximately 40 hours a week. The program does not follow the traditional college terms. Classes are conducted in real time using a “Virtual Classroom” and a robust online course management system. Lab experiences will take place at the Lebanon lab and/or local healthcare facilities (for specific distance education students). Currently the program has distance labs located in the BMCC, COCC, Clatsop CC, and TVCC areas. Individuals applying to one of the aforementioned Distance Education (DE) areas should reside in the associated Community College district prior to application and should expect to make a minimum of 7 to 9 trips to the LBCC campus in Lebanon, Oregon during the course of the program. All other applicants should expect to be in Lebanon, Oregon a minimum of 3 to 4 times per week during the first three terms of the program. Once enrolled in the Diagnostic Imaging Program, students are LBCC students and are supported by LBCC.
Program & Application Information
For more on applying, admissions, and program information, please review the following program bulletin from Linn-Benton Community College.