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Computed Tomography Certificate of Achievement

Enhance your medical imaging career

Graduates of the MiRIS CT program will be prepared to complete the ARRT certification exam required for entry-level CT technologists. 

Upon program completion, students will:

1. Apply knowledge of anatomy, physiology, positioning, and CT parameters to accurately demonstrate anatomical structures.

2. Determine imaging parameters to achieve optimum imaging and reduce radiation exposure, know the safe limits of equipment operation and report malfunctions to the proper authority.

3. Evaluate images for appropriate positioning and image quality.

4. Apply the principles of radiation safety and contrast application for the protection of the patient, technologist, and others.

5. Recognize emergency patient conditions and initiate life-saving first aid and basic life-support procedures.

6. Provide care and comfort in regard to the holistic health of the patient, technologist, and others.

Semester 1 (fall semester) 

Course name Course length Credits
CTG 210 8 weeks 1
CTG 215 8 weeks 1
CTG 230 15 weeks 3
CTG 240 15 weeks X 3 8-hour days 3
  TOTAL 8

Semester 2 (spring semester)

Course name Course length Credits
CTG 220 12 weeks 2
CTG 231 15 weeks 3
CTG 241 15 weeks X 3 8-hour days 3
  TOTAL 8

 

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