California State University in Northridge offers students a professional development certificate in Computed Tomography. The certificate is designed for licensed radiology technicians, seeking to expand on already learned radiological methods.
The program requires a clinical education experience of 355 clinical, on-site hours.
Possess a diploma or a degree from an accredited Radiologic Technology or Nuclear Medicine program
Show proof of successful completion of College Algebra (or equivalency) or a higher level of math preferably within the past 5 years from a regionally-accredited institution
Possess a national certificate from the ARRT in Radiography or Nuclear medicine or a national certificate in NM from NMTCB
Random drug screening
Pass physical examination immediately upon acceptance
Documentation of immunization records
CPR certification through American Heart Association for the Healthcare Provider
Proof of liability insurance
Proof of health insurance with urgent care/emergency coverage
Accreditation & Licensing
Western Association of Schools and Colleges, Senior College and University Commission
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