Radiography

Special admission required for registration. Radiographers are members of the health care team who provide images (x-rays) of tissues, organs, bones, and blood vessels using a variety of equipment. Radiography 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. Applications for admission are accepted February 1st through the first Monday of April each year. Students are admitted the following fall term. Program length is 9 consecutive terms (27 months). Refer to college catalog for program curriculum. For application information contact the Health Admissions Office, Sylvania Campus, HT 205, or call 971-722-4795.

RAD 103
Radiographic Positioning III
RAD 122
Radiation Protection - Biology
RAD 130
Radiographic Clinic III
RAD 132
Radiographic Image Production
RAD 206
Survey Medical Imaging Disease
RAD 230
Radiographic Clinic VII

MRI Technologist Training Program

Special admission required for registration. Applicants must hold current certification in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy or Sonography. MRI Technologists are members of the health care team who provide MRI images of soft tissues, organs, bones, and blood vessels using a variety of equipment. Magnetic Resonance 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. Classes are held in the evenings - clinical hours may be daytime, evenings, or weekends. Applications for admission are accepted March 1st through April 15th each year. Students are admitted the following Fall Term. Program length is 3 consecutive terms (9 months). 971-722-4032

MRI 130
MRI Imaging Procedures
MRI 140
MRI Registry Review

Computed Tomography/CT Registry Prep

Special admission required for registration. Applicants must hold a current certification in Radiography and/or Nuclear Medicine. CT Technologists are members of the Health Care 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 weekends. Clinical hours may be daytime, evening, or weekend hours for those enrolled in the clinical portion. For additional information, contact the Medical Imaging Department, 971-722-4032.