Computed Tomography Certificate Courses and Requirements →
The Computed Tomography Certificate (Advanced Certificate) program has been designed to meet the healthcare demand for high-skilled Computed Tomography (CT) Technologists. This imaging program prepares students for the ARRT post-primary registry examination in CT, as well as for entry level CT positions*. It is designed for certified technologists, i.e., Diagnostic X-ray, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy and Interventional Radiologic Technologists. However, the Computed Tomography Program will consider recent graduates of an accredited Radiologic Technology Program.
The Computed Tomography Certificate is a two sequential semester course of study. The first Semester will begin in September and end in December with the second semester beginning in January and ending in May. Students are admitted in the fall, with a limited number of openings each year. Students seeking to take part in the Didactic only portion will apply for Track #1 candidacy. Students seeking both didactic and clinical segments of the program will apply to Track #2.
Computed Tomography Certificate
Two Tracks for Prospective Students
Track #1 is Didactic only and will not provide clinical space for enrolled students. Students will have the opportunity to meet every other week in a hybrid model that is online/remote using the WebEx platform for live instruction. This track will serve the Diagnostic X-ray, Nuclear Medicine Technologist and Radiation Therapy population that wants to advance in the Field of Computed Tomography, giving these technologists a solid foundation of knowledge and certification recognition to help pursue their career advancement.
Track #2 has both a Didactic and Clinical portion to the program. Enrolled students have the opportunity to meet every other week in a hybrid model that is online/remote using the WebEx platform for live instruction, and will also be placed into a clinical site for 12-16 hours each week. If you successfully complete the didactic and clinical courses, you will meet the educational and clinical experience requirements to take the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist's (ARRT) post primary certification examination in CT.
The program is a two-semester didactic hybrid/remote program with an optional clinical practicum. This certificate program will include all the content category requirements within the ARRT Computed Tomography Examination for Patient Care and Safety, Imaging Procedures, Physics and Instrumentation.
Computed Tomography Certificate Course Descriptions
Computed Tomography Certificate Pre-Clinical Requirements
- Health Screenings
- CPR Training
- Criminal History Checks
William M. Cote, M.A., RT(R)(CT)
Radiologic Technology/Computed Tomography Lead Instructor
Office 120/A / Framingham Campus
Computed Tomography Certificate Requirements