School of Computed Tomography

The Computed Tomography program is a post-primary certification program that is designed for professionals who currently hold a license in Radiography or Nuclear Medicine.

The six-month Computed Tomography program has academic and clinical practice components. The academic portion is divided into two eight-week sessions, three days each week for a total of 16 weeks of didactic instruction. Clinical instruction will occur during the entire six months of the program.

Graduates will receive a certificate of completion. During the program, students will have the opportunity to accumulate the experience necessary to meet the eligibility requirements to qualify for the national computed tomography certification examination offered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).

For current Computed Tomography Technologists, the program offers a short track to the six-month program, which consists of only the didactic portion of the program.

Program Mission Statement

St. Vincent's School of Computed Tomography is dedicated to providing meaningful learning that will prepare qualified professionals to provide quality healthcare services to the community, while allowing the students to achieve their expectations and attain full professional potential.