UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program
The UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program is a continuous, two-year certificate course of study affiliated with the Medical Imaging Sciences Program at Clarion University and accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Effectiveness data for the UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program can be accessed from the JRCERT
Upon successful completion of the UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program, the student also will graduate from Clarion University with a bachelor’s degree in medical imaging sciences.
The Radiologic Technology Program is a 24-month program.
Weekly Schedule: 36 to 40 hours
Location: UPMC Northwest, Seneca Place building, Seneca, Pa.
Classroom instruction is held two days a week. Clinical instruction is three days a week at either UPMC Northwest in Seneca, Pa., or Grove City Medical Center in Grove City, Pa.
The curriculum includes:
- Professional ethics
- Anatomy and physiology
- Cross-sectional anatomy
- Patient care
- Radiographic positioning
- Radiographic exposure and protection
- Medical terminology
- Film critique
- Radiation physics
For more information, visit our Program and Details page.