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CT & MRI Certificates

CT & MRI Technologist Certification

Become a CT or MRI Technologist

The need for trained diagnostic professionals is growing at a fast rate as the senior population continues to expand in Howard County and surrounding areas. Employment of Certified Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) technologists is projected to increase by 28% by 2020, roughly twice the rate of the overall job market according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

CT & MRI Technologist Training at HCC

HCC offers a continuing education CT & MRI certificate program in partnership with the credit Health Sciences Division. This program is ideal for diagnostic technologists who are interested in becoming more competitive in the workforce by enhancing their credentials.

To earn a Certificate of Completion, you must fulfill the required number of classwork and clinical hours (eight to 15 months) by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). You will then be eligible to sit for the national exam.

Courses include:

  • CT Certificate
    • CT 100 – Introduction to CT Principles, Patient Care, Sectional Anatomy, and Procedures (XH-410)
    • CT 111 – Principles of CT, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and Clinical I (XH-411)
    • CT 112 – Principles of CT, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and Clinical II (XH-412)
    • CT 113 – Principles of CT, Sect. Anatomy, Procedures, and Clinical III (XH-413)
  • MRI Certificate
    • MRI 100 – Introduction to MRI Principles, Patient Care, Sectional Anatomy, and Procedures (XH-401)
    • MRI 111 A – Principles of MRI, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and
      Clinical I (XH-402)
    • MRI 111 B– Principles of MRI, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and
      Clinical I (XH-403)
    • MRI 112 A– Principles of MRI, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and
      Clinical II (XH-404)
    • MRI 112 B– Principles of MRI, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and
      Clinical II (XH-405)
    • MRI 113 A– Principles of MRI, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and
      Clinical III (XH-406)
    • MRI 113 B– Principles of MRI, Sectional Anatomy, Procedures, and
      Clinical III (XH-407)
  • Spring Courses

    CT classes begin January 2019.
    MRI classes begin March 2019.

    To apply or for more information, call 443-518-4972 or email asummers@howardcc.edu.

 

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