CT Program
Welcome to the Computed Tomography Program

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Medical Imaging refers to the techniques and processes used to produce images of the human anatomy using modalities such as radiography, computerized tomography, nuclear medicine imaging, and a relatively new modality, Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Medical Imaging is used to reveal, diagnose or examine pathology including the study of normal anatomy and physiology.

Computed Tomography technologists use ionizing radiation to create three-dimensional (3D) images for diagnostic purposes. They work in hospitals, clinics, labs, and outpatient centers. Technologists working in CT produce cross-sectional x-rays using a rotating x-ray unit. A computer then uses these images to create a 3D image used for diagnosis. (ARRT Website: https://www.arrt.org/Certification/Computed-Tomography-Technologist)

This one-semester certificate program will ONLY be offered in the fall.

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The Fall 2015 class has been filled. Applications are currently not being accepted. Please check back for Fall 2016 deadlines. Please read all requirements carefully and contact us if you have any questions.
Posted: 08/24/2015 7:10 pm