According to the 2015 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, the radiologic technology/computed tomography field has a 9% growth outlook through 2022. The CT program is designed to foster the skills and knowledge necessary for competent practice. You will also learn the professional attitudes, values and behaviors that encourage your professional growth.
You will get hands-on training through clinical learning experiences at hospitals, clinics and other outpatient facilities. Your classroom coursework will be delivered by supportive instructors online. Both types of learning are necessary to develop your skills.
In order to be accepted into the program, students must have graduated from an accredited radiographer program and be a registered radiographer RT(R). The program is aligned with standards and requirements of the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT). Upon completion of the CT program, graduates will be eligible to take the ARRT-CT exam. Upon passing the CT exam, Radiologic Technologists have earned their RT(R)(CT).