Advanced Imaging Certificate in Vascular Interventional Radiography
If you already have an associate degree in Radiography and are ARRT certified, ADU’s Advanced Imaging Certificate in Vascular Interventional Radiography can lay the foundation for the next stage of your career as an interventional technologist. This advanced certificate can be the first step on the path towards a BS in Radiologic Sciences.
What You Can Expect from ADU’s Advanced Certificate Program in Vascular Interventional Radiography
As an adult learner, you have to balance the demands of work, school, and family. ADU Online understands this dynamic and shapes the curriculum and training around your needs. Our classes are kept small (no more than 20 students per instructor) and each student works with a Retention Specialist, who acts as an advocate for that student’s needs.
When you earn an advanced certificate in Vascular Interventional Radiography, you get to study with leading faculty who are experts in the field of radiography. ADU is also part of Adventist Health System, a leading healthcare provider in the U.S., and Florida Hospital, allowing students access to practical and clinical training.
ADU’s online certificate programs look at each student as a whole person. Our faculty and support staff understand that each of our students is unique and has special concerns and needs. Support offered by the program includes access to the University’s library, 24/7 tech help, and access to counselors and tutors as needed.
Medical technology is continually advancing. Earning an advanced certificate allows you to stay current on developments in imaging while preparing you for higher level jobs in the healthcare field. For some students, the advanced certificate is the first step towards a bachelor’s in Radiologic Sciences.
If you are ready to learn more about the Advanced Imaging Certificate in Vascular Interventional Radiography, contact ADU today and speak with one of our Admissions Coordinators.
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