Program Information

Students in this program will graduate with a certificate of completion in Computed Tomography.

*The CT program offers the certified Radiologic Technologist, the opportunity to receive a certificate in two semesters.

*All coursework and clinical practice must be completed and documented to receive a certificate of completion.

Program Goals and Program Student Learning Outcomes

Goal A – Broaden student knowledge and skills in advanced imaging modalities.

Upon graduation from the program, students will be able to:

PLO1. Demonstrate specialized knowledge of imaging using computed tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography – computed tomography (PET-CT).

PLO2. Describe appropriate technical factors and safety measures while applying accurate positioning skills for CT and PET-CT.

Goal B – Deepen student core competencies within the context of advanced imaging
healthcare professions.

PLO3. Prepare written reports on atypical cases in advanced imaging and present the reports orally.

PLO4. Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills in advanced imaging to identify and explain non-routine examinations.