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
School Accreditation Statement
WASC Senior College and University Commission