Clinical Education VII is the final clinical component of the program. Students demonstrate continued competency and increased proficiency. The majority of procedures are performed under indirect supervision as students refine their entry-level skills. Students will report to clinical Monday through Thursday for 7 weeks. Clinical rotations include general inpatient, general outpatient, emergency room/trauma radiography, fluoroscopy, orthopedic radiography, portable radiography, and surgical radiography. Each rotation will be one to two weeks in length (4-8 days). Elective rotations through the advanced imaging modalities of Cardiac Cath, CT, DEXA, IR, Mammography, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, and Ultrasound will conclude this semester. Each elective rotation will be two weeks in length. Completion of all ARRT requirements, exit evaluations, and terminal competencies will take place this semester.