Advanced Imaging Certificate in Computed Tomography
The Advanced Imaging Certificate in Computed Tomography (CT) is the credential you need to specialize in the imaging field and advance your career as a technologist. If you already have an associate degree in Radiography or Nuclear Medicine and are certified by the ARRT or NMTCB, enrolling in an online advanced certificate program at ADU can be the next step to grow your career.
What You Can Expect from ADU’s Advanced Certificate Program in CT
Enrolling at ADU Online means you won’t be left to navigate any program on your own. ADU provides each student with customized support, helping him or her to succeed academically, spiritually, and professionally. Along with having regular access to your course faculty through office hours and our learning management system, you are also connected to a Retention Specialist, who serves as your guide and coach throughout the program.
ADU Online has a reputation for excellence, with faculty who are recognized as among the best in the healthcare field, access to Florida Hospital and Adventist Health System, and programs that are recognized by healthcare professionals (and employers) for providing real, valuable training. The Advanced Certificate in CT program combines didactic learning with essential clinical training.
Going back to school when you have a career and a family can be tricky. ADU Online is committed to providing our students with the support they need to succeed in an online program. Our class sizes are smaller than most other online universities and each student has access to a wealth of resources, including tutors, counselors, the ADU library, and tech support.
Specializing in CT imaging gives you a leg up in your career and a potential salary boost. The Advanced Imaging Certificate can also help you earn a post primary credential from ARRT and can be the first step on the path to a bachelor’s degree.
If you are ready to learn more about the Advanced Imaging Certificate in Computed Tomography, contact ADU today and speak with one of our Admissions Coordinators.
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