The field of diagnostic medical imaging has rapidly advanced through history. With new and advanced imaging tools available today, the role of radiologic technologists has expanded, along with career opportunities.
Students will learn the physics and instrumentation of computed tomography, clinical procedures & protocols, and cross-sectional anatomy & pathology needed to become a successful CT Technologist.
An online certificate in Computed Tomography (CT) gives you the training you need to advance in your career and improve your skills and flexibility as a healthcare professional.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics indicates the U.S. median salary in May 2019 for a Radiologic Technologist was $61,900 per year ($29.76 per hour), with a faster than average projected job growth of 7 percent between 2019 and 2029.