CT Technologist are members of the healthcare team who provide CT images of all systems of the body. CT imaging is a “people” profession, working with patients and other health care professionals, employed in hospitals and clinics. Students spend time in classroom and local clinical education sites. Most CT courses are offered on the weekends. Clinical hours may be daytime, evening or weekend hours for those enrolled in the clinical portion.
To be eligible to apply to the CT program, Applicants must hold a current professional certification in Radiography and/or Nuclear Medicine. Students who successfully complete the CT Technologist Training Program are eligible to sit for the ARRT national certification exam in CT. Technologists who successfully pass the ARRT CT examination can be employed in a variety of medical facilities as a certified CT Technologist. This is a closed entry program. Students must formally apply and be accepted in order to register for courses.
- Attend an information session
- Complete the steps for new students
- The admissions form will ask you what you plan to study. Since this is a restricted entry program, you should choose Associate of General Studies for now. Your major will be changed once you've applied and been accepted into the program.
- Plan how you'll pay for college
- Apply for admission to the Computed Tomography program