Portland Community College | Portland, Oregon Portland Community College

RAD – Radiography Instructor Qualifications (includes MRI and CTT) – ARCHIVE

Qualifications prior to May 2021:

Radiography Instructor:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s degree (in any field) and
  • Minimum 3 years recent radiography work experience and
  • Current ARRT certification and Oregon license in radiography or be eligible within 3 months and
  • Minimum 1 year experience using digital imaging equipment and related storage processes.

Revised/Approved: 1/31/2018

Qualifications prior to January 31, 2018:

Lab Instructor:

  1. Current ARRT certification and a current Oregon License in radiography
  2. At least 2 years full-time experience working at a facility where there are radiography students in the imaging department.

Radiography Instructor:

  • Faculty hired to teach mammography course work will possess a minimum of three years of work experience as a registered radiographer/mammographer, and hold an unencumbered state of Oregon license in radiography and AART certification in mammography.

Revised Date: 12/03/2002

for MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging Courses

  • Bachelor’s degree with evidence of specialization in MRI plus 4 years of relevant clinical experience (can include time spent in clinical training but no less than 2 years MRI work experience).  Current certification and state license/s required.
  • Bachelor’s degree with 30 quarter hours of MRI course work and a minimum of 4 years of relevant clinical experience (can include time spent in clinical training but no less than 2 years MRI work experience).   Current certification and state license/s required.
  • AAS degree in Radiography with a minimum of 5 years MRI work experience (can include time spent in clinical training but no less than 3 years MRI work experience).    Current certification and state license/s required.

Approved: April 2012

for CTT – Computed Tomography Courses

  • Bachelor’s degree in subject area (Medical Imaging), with certification in CT ) plus 4 years of relevant clinical experience (can include time spent in clinical training but no less than 2 years CT work experience).  Current certification and state license/s required.
  • Bachelor’s degree in related area (Computed Tomography, Advance Radiography) with 30 quarter hours of CT course work and a minimum of 4 years relevant clinical experience ( can include time spent in clinical training but no less than 2 years of CT work experience).  Current certification and state license/s required.
  • AAS degree in subject area with a minimum of 5 years CT work experience (can include time spent in clinical training but no less than 3 years of CT work experience.  Current certification and state license/s required.

Approved: April 2012