The 19-credit Computed Tomography (CT) Career Studies Certificate Program prepares individuals to work as entry-level CT imaging technologists. CT scans, also known as CAT scans, use x-rays to produce cross-sectional images of the human body.
PVCC's CT Program can be completed in two semesters. Successful graduates of the program will be eligible to sit for the following national CT certification exam:
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologists ARRT®
Program Tab Group
Minimum Total Credit Hours to Complete:
1st Semester (Fall)
- RAD 247 - Cross Sectional Anatomy - 3 Credit(s)
- RAD 196 - On-Site Training - CT or MRI - 5 Credit(s)
- RAD 242 - Computed Tomography Procedures and Instrumentation - 2 Credit(s)
2nd Semester (Spring)
- RAD 296 - On-Site Training II - CT or MRI - 5 Credit(s)
- RAD 228 - Enhanced Patient Care for Imaging - 3 Credit(s)
- RAD 244 - Case Studies in CT - 1 Credit(s)
Additional Program Information:
All courses can be offered for CEU credits, with the exception of clinical courses.
Prior to enrollment in the Computed Tomography, students must hold a current ARRT licensure in one of the following disciplines:
ARRT Radiation Therapy
ARRT or NMTCB Nuclear Medicine
The Computed Tomography Application will open on October 17, 2018.
Official transcripts from institutions outside of the Virginia Community College System should be mailed to:
Health and Life Science Division
Piedmont Virginia Community College
501 College Drive
Charlottesville, VA 2290