The Computerized Tomography (CT) program is administered through the Department of Medical Imaging Technology. The program curriculum is a 2-semester certificate of completion. Upon completion of the program, graduates are registry eligible with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in Computerized Tomography (CT).
The didactic courses are online and consist of required courses, and the clinical practicum occurs within the clinical arena – either at a hospital or outpatient imaging center. The students are required to complete their clinical hours as outlined below:
- Clinical I (8 weeks): 96 hours = Student may go when they can – must complete average of 6 12 hours per week
- Clinical II (16 weeks): 288 hours = Student may go when they can – must complete average of 13 – 18 hours per week
Program Goals & Outcomes
To graduate students with:
- Knowledge to perform as a competent entry-level CT technologist
- Professional expertise and behavior
- The ability to make independent decisions and critical thinking skills
- The ability to skillfully care for their patients
The outcome of the program is for each graduate to be ARRT (CT) registry eligible and function as an entry-level CT technologist.
An applicant must currently hold the following registration:
- Radiologic Technologists – ARRT (R)