Computed Tomography
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Computed Tomography Program

Thank you for your interest in the Computed Tomography program (CT) at Cleveland Community College. The CT program is administered through Continuing Education in the LeGrand Center.

Please read this information thoroughly. Admission to the CT program is competitive. We want to make sure you have the best possible chance of being selected by completing all processes and submitting all necessary documents completely, correctly, and by the deadline.

Computed tomography technologists operate advanced imaging equipment to obtain computer generated sectional images of the human body. CT technologists must be able to provide quality patient care while working closely with the radiologist in a fast-paced, high volume area.

CT technologists may be employed in a variety of settings including hospitals, physician offices and diagnostic imaging centers. According to the 2008-2009 Occupational Outlook Handbook, radiographers experienced in more than one diagnostic imaging procedure such as CT will have the best employment opportunities. Many hospitals and imaging centers are now requiring their CT technologists be registered in CT by the ARRT.

Interested students are encouraged to read the information available at arrt.org about requirements and eligibility for CT certification.

Deadline: The deadline for Fall 2014 Enrollment is July 3rd, 2014. The deadline for Spring 2015 Enrollment is November 3rd, 2014. The program lasts for one semester and accepts a limited number of students dependent on clinical site availability.

Applicant must be a registered technologist in radiography, nuclear medicine, or radiation therapy, or a student in the final year of one of the aforementioned programs. Applicant must be a graduate of or enrolled in a JRCERT or JRCNMT approved program in which he/she achieved a minimum 2.5 GPA on all courses included in the program curriculum. Applicants still enrolled in a program may receive provisional acceptance based on maintenance of GPA. Applicants must also be certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) or be ARRT eligible. All program participants must show evidence of ARRT certification to receive their CT Certificate of Completion.

Admissions Requirements: must be completed prior to the program deadline date:

Students not completing this section by the program deadline date are encouraged to reapply for the next semester.

**All communication regarding admissions/selection status will be sent via CCC student email. Student email is the official and preferred form of communication at CCC.

Selection Criteria:  A Computed Tomography Admissions & Selection Rubric will be used to determine acceptance to the CT program. Students meeting the admissions requirements listed above prior to the deadline will be evaluated based on academic performance, level of education, and health care related work experience. The number of students accepted each term will be determined by clinical space availability. Accepted students will receive an email to accept or decline their position in the program. The acceptance email must be responded to within seven days. All other applicants meeting the minimum criteria will be notified of placement on the waiting list. Students will continue to be selected from the waiting list until the program is full. All fees are due in Continuing Education upon acceptance into the program.

Post-Provisional Acceptance Requirements: The following items will be requested by the Program Director for students provisionally accepted:

  1. Immunization records
  2. Current CPR certification
  3. Criminal Background check
  4. 12-panel drug screen (through a third party vendor)
  5. Student Medical Form for NC Community College System Institutions
  6. CPR
  7. Registration
  8. Program fees, and malpractice insurance paid

2013-2014 Computed Tomography Program Requirements

2013-2014 Computed Tomography Student Handbook

 

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