Radiologic Science Post-Primary Certification Tracks
Radiologic Technologists with current certification by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) are eligible to apply for post-primary certification tracks in the following areas: Magnetic Resonance (MR), Computed Tomography (CT), and Vascular Interventional (VI).
What Can I Do with this Degree?
MRI technologists specialize in magnetic resonance imaging scanners by injecting patients with contrast media, such as a dye so that the images will show up on the scanner.
CT technologists generally work in hospitals or imaging centers and perform scans on all parts of the body for a variety of reasons.
VI technologists use specialized equipment to make images and assist in the performance of procedures on veins and arteries.
Students who earn post-primary certification in Radiologic Science may explore the following career opportunities:
- CT technologist
- Limited scope X-ray machine operator
- MRI technologist
- Nuclear medicine technologist
- Radiologic technologist (also known as Rad tech or RT)
- Sonographer (also known as Ultrasound technologist or Technician)
- VI Technologist
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Magnetic Resonance (MR), Computed Tomography (CT), and Vascular Interventional (VI) tracks are available on a part-time basis and are compliant with all ARRT structured education requirements. Post-primary certificates offer clinical placement and online didactic courses in 8-week sessions which meet the needs of busy working professionals like you. These 15-credit certificates can be completed in as few as 6-10 months.
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