A Computed Tomography Diploma will take your medical imaging education to the next level.
The purpose of the Computed Tomography Certificate program is to prepare students who are ARRT credentialed radiology graduates with the skills and ability to perform and provide high quality computed tomography procedures. Graduates will be able to sit for the ARRT certification examination in Computed Tomography.
Students entering into the Computed Tomography program must have an associate’s degree from an approved Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) program, a Radiologic Technology (RT) certification from the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), and confirmation of a Kentucky Radiation Operators License through the Kentucky Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation
- Sullivan University focuses on hands-on learning with industry-standard equipment so you will be better prepared for real-life situations. Plus, our small class sizes mean you will get personal attention from caring instructors who will help you to succeed.
- Every earned credential comes with professional career services. Sullivan University’s Career Services department will be there to help you maximize your experience and education and assist you in your job search.
- Classes begin four times a year in January, March, June and September.
Students train in:
- Cross-sectional anatomy in all three fundamental
- CT physics and instrumentation of convention and
spiral/helical CT, including digital image processing
radiation attenuation, data acquisition, and image
- The basics of radiation protection and safety procedures
that are employed during CT scan procedures
- Anatomic functions and pathologic relationships
Where can you work?
Computed tomography technologists work in hospitals and diagnostic imaging centers.
Certification exams available
Computed tomography technologists graduates are eligible to sit for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) computed tomography examination.
|RCT507||Image Production in Computed Tomography||5|
|RCT509||Advanced Patient Care and Safety||3|
|RCT605||Radiation Protection in Computed Tomography||2|
|RCT606||Computed Tomography Procedures||5|
|RCT608||CT Registry Review||1|
|Total for Diploma Courses||
Refer to the current school catalog and addendum for additional course information.
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