The program is hosting a course in Principles of Computed Tomography and Exam Review again this summer. The course will run for five weeks, Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:15pm to 9:00pm. The cost is $349 + $2 service fee. To register for the course, go to: http://communityed.mtsac.edu or go to the Continuing Education Division Registration Office in building 40, room 104. CEUs have been applied for through the ASRT and will be awarded at course completion for technologists attending all class meetings. This course DOES NOT provide clinical training. Please review the course information flyer here or contact David McLaughlin at email@example.com or at 909-274-4790.
FOR APPLICANTS BEGINNING THE PROGRAM IN 2016:
1. All general education coursework must be completed prior to starting the program.
2. The following prerequisites must be completed with a grade of "C" or better prior to starting the program; ANAT 10A, ANAT 10B, PHYS 1, MEDI 90.
Transfer students seeking credit for coursework completed at other institutions must request variances from the appropriate division dean.
The program highly recommends that applicants work or volunteer in a healthcare setting to familiarize themselves with various patient situations. This experience may provide valuable insight to the applicant. Without this experience the applicant may be unaware of certain aspects of working in healthcare and patient interactions.
The course of study in Radiologic Technology offered at Mt. SAC and its affiliated hospitals is designed to train students in the diagnostic uses of x-ray as well as the technical skills to use x-ray equipment in both the laboratory and clinical settings. Students learn to operate x-ray equipment, assist physicians in the diagnosis of disease, and to apply proper medical ethics. Students will also learn the nature of radiation, the principles of electricity, the structure of x-ray machines, and the operation of a clinical x-ray department.
Students who complete a total of four (4) regular semesters, two (2) winter, and three (3) summer intersessions of preparation at the College and its affiliated hospitals are eligible to apply for the registry examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, and the California Certification of Radiologic Technology with the Department of Public Health.
The program is accredited by:
The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
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The program adheres to standards established by the JRCERT. Individuals interested in reviewing those standards and program compliance can visit: www.jrcert.org
Program effectiveness data may be found at the link on the right navigation of this home page.