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Computed Tomography Certificate

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Benjamin Horn RT(R)(CT)
Director of Radiologic Sciences

Program of Study

Pre-requisite courses:

Student must be a graduate from an accredited program and have passed the ARRT certification exam or will take the exam within two (2) weeks of starting the program. (Radiologic Technologist (ARRT), Nuclear Medicine (ARRT/NMTCB), Radiation Therapy (ARRT)-A copy of the technologistís registry card (ARRT/NMTCB) must be sent to the Program Director.

Courses: Computed Tomography Certificate Program
First Semester: Credit Hours
CTCP 2100 Introduction to Computed Tomography 2
CTCP 2120 Section Anatomy I (Head, Spine, Chest) 4
CTCP 2140 Clinical Application I 4
Second Semester: Credit Hours
CTCP 2110 Physical Principles, Instrumentation,
and Quality Control
CTCP 2130 Sectional Anatomy II
(Abdomen, Pelvis, Neck, Extremity)
CTCP 2150 Clinical Application II 5
  Total: 22

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To inquire about the Computed Tomography program, please contact Benjamin Horn.
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