Computed Tomography (CT) Certificate
Robert (Andy) Shappell, M.Ed., Coordinator
Phone: (419) 995-8257
Office: TL 102G
The Computed Tomography (CT) Certificate Program is designed to provide radiographers with knowledge and basic skills in the practice of computed tomography (CT). Students will gain didactic knowledge which can be used to fulfill the structured education requirement for the ARRT computed tomography certification exam.
The clinical education portion of the certificate provides basic experience in computed tomography and with completion of the specific mandatory patient exam requirements completed with the student’s employer will make them eligible to take the ARRT computed tomography certification exam.
The clinical portion of the certificate provides basic experience in computed tomography but does not complete the clinical competency requirement for the ARRT computed tomography certificate.
See here for details.
Computed Tomography (CT)
|RAD 2621||Principles of Computed Tomography||2|
|RAD 2622||Computed Tomography Procedures||1|
|RAD 2631||Clinical Education I - CT||1|
|RAD 2632||Clinical Education II - CT||1|
In addition to the general admission requirements for all students, all applicants for the Computed Tomography (CT) Certificate program must hold a current RT(R) certification from the ARRT as CT is a specialization of radiography and the knowledge of x-ray interactions and radiation biology are a necessity for these courses.