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Certificate in Advanced Medical Imaging

For students who wish to only pursue specialized eduction in either Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), St. Caharine's Radiography Department offers a certficate in advanced medical imaging. 

In order to be admitted to the Certificate Program the student must:

  1. Complete St. Catharine College admission form.
  2. Provide official transcripts from each college/university previously attended.
  3. Complete all other admission requirements as requested by St. Catharine College. Specify Advanced Medical Imaging as the certificate major.
  4. Provide evidence of graduation from a Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) accredited radiologic sciences program with at least a GPA of 2.5.
  5. Provide evidence of ARRT certification on or before the start of the first class in Advanced Medical Imaging.

Certificate Core Courses:

For Computed Tomography

AMI 400 Cross Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imaging 4 hours
AMI 410 Computerized Tomography Procedures 3 hours
AMI 425 Computerized Tomography Physics & Instrumentaion 3 hours
AMI 430 Computerized Tomography Clinic Education 3 hours
AMI 440 Computerized Tomography Seminar 3  hours
HSC 301 Advanced Patient Care 3 hours
  TOTAL HOURS TO GRADUATE 18 hours

 For Magnetic Resonance

AMI 400 Cross Sectional Anatomy for Medical Imaging 4 hours
AMI 415 Magnetic Resonance Procedures 3 hours
AMI 435 MAgnetic Resonance Physics & Instrumentation 3 hours
AMI 435 Magnetic Resonance Clinic Education 2 hours
AMI 450 Magnetic Resonance Seminar 3 hours
HSC 301 Advanced Patient Care 3 hours
  TOTAL HOURS TO GRADUATE 18 hours

For more infomation or other questions contact

Ellis Blanton
Assistant Professor of Radiography,
Coordinator of the BS in Advanced Medical Imaging Degree Program
eblanton@sccky.edu
Office: Hamilton - Room 027
Ext. 1339

mission statements

CT Mission Statement

The St. Catharine College Computed Tomography Program is an advanced imaging program. The program curriculum is comprehensive in nature and is dedicated to the education of advanced imaging specialists committed to superior patient care, life-long learning, procedural and professional competence.

 

MRI Mission Statement

The St. Catharine College Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program is an advanced imaging program. The program curriculum is comprehensive in nature and is dedicated to the education of advanced imaging specialists committed to superior patient care, life-long learning, procedural and professional competence.


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