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Programs in Advanced Imaging

Programs in Advanced Imaging

Advanced Imaging is a unique program with many choices. We offer Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Vascular Interventional Technology (VIT) or Cardiovascular Interventional Technology (CIT). Whether you want to obtain a certificate in a specific modality or combine two modalities and earn a bachelor’s degree – we offer both!

Kettering College has an above average first time registry pass rate. The Advanced Imaging programs are offered in a variety of different learning environments. CT and MRI are offered as face to face courses as well as online (semester dependent) to meet the flexibility of a work schedule. The VIT and CIT courses are offered on campus in the evening. The bachelor completion program in Advanced Imaging can mix and match modalities to better customize your marketability in the field.

We have an above average first time registry pass rate as well as job placement for those actively seeking jobs. Each modality (CT, MRI, VIT and CIT) have been deemed by the ARRT as, “Meets the ARRT structural education requirement for certification and registration.” This approval meets a new requirement to sit for the Registry by the ARRT mandatory as of January 2016.

Attending the Advanced Imaging program really prepared me for my future career. I am very fortunate to be working in a field that I love which would not have been possible without the guidance of the faculty and the Advanced Imaging program at Kettering College.

– Stephanie Bidlack

 

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    • About the Bachelor's Completion Program

About The Profession

Some radiographers specialize in computed tomography (CT), and are sometimes referred to as CT technologists.  CT scans produce a substantial amount of cross-sectional images of an area of the body.  From those cross-sectional images, a three-dimensional image is made.

Radiographers also can specialize in Magnetic Resonance Imaging as an MR technologist.  MR uses non-ionizing radio frequency to produce multiple cross-sectional images to create a detailed image.
Cardiovascular technologists assist physicians in diagnosing and treating cardiac (heart) ailments, vascular interventional technologists assists and aid physicians with a variety of procedures in peripheral vascular disease.
For more information about careers in advanced imaging, visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics website.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

The advanced imaging programs prepare the students for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists’ post-primary certification examinations in CT, MRI, VIT, and CIT. Didactic and clinical courses help prepare but cannot guarantee eligibility for these examinations.  For more information on the eligibility requirements, refer to the ARRT Web site.

Approval And Accreditation

Kettering College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, approved by the Adventist Accrediting Association (AAA), and authorized by the Ohio Board of Regents. All Advanced Imaging Modalities meet ARRT structural educational requirements for certification and registration.

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