Computed Tomography Certificate

Rad Tech student in class

Why the Computed Tomography Certificate program?

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

*The CT program offers the certified Radiologic Technologist the opportunity to receive a certificate in eight weeks.

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

Rad Tech student in class

Program Goals

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

  • Demonstrate specialized knowledge of imaging using computed tomography (CT).
  • Describe appropriate technical factors and safety measures while applying accurate positioning skills for a computed tomography (CT) scan.
  • Deepen student core competencies within the context of advanced imaging healthcare professions.
  • Prepare written reports on atypical cases in advanced imaging, (CT), and present the reports orally.
  • Use problem-solving and critical thinking skills in advanced imaging to identify and explain non-routine examinations.

Career Options

Graduates of the Charles R. Drew Computed Tomography Certificate Program can pursue various career paths within the field of medical imaging and radiology, including:

  • CT Technologist
  • Specialized Imaging Technician
  • Radiology Department Supervisor
  • Research Technician
  • Educator or Trainer
Why the Associate of Science in Radiologic Technology

Questions? Contact Us.

Eugene Hasson
Eugene Hasson, MS, RT, (R)
Program Director
Risha Griffin
Risha N. Griffin, BS
Program Coordinator II