CT (Computed Tomography) Certificate Program
UPMC Imaging Services designed the CT Certificate Program to provide advanced training and professional growth to be competitive in today’s market.
Who Should Apply to the CT Training Program?
- Nuclear medicine techs: R.T(N), CNMT, ARRT NMTCB
- Radiology techs: R.T(R)
- Radiation therapists: R.(T)T
What are the Required Courses for the CT Certificate Program?
Self-study courses online:
- ASRT CT Basics Program: ARRT 16 to 32 structured education credits.
- Registry Review CT MTMI Webinar.
- Mosby’s Registry Review.
- Internship at partnering UPMC facilities of 6 to 11 months, to meet the ARRT clinical competencies and didactic requirements.
- ARRT required clinical competencies.
Access and record ARRT requirements.
CT Training Program Costs
- Tuition: $2,600
- Didactic Self-Study Online Course: $240 to $1,200
- Review Books: $100
- Trajecsys: $100
How Long Is the CT Certificate Program?
To accomplish ARRT requirements:
- Full-time: 6 months, about 576 clinical hours total.
- Part-time: 11 months, about 576 clinical hours total.
What You Need to Apply
To apply to the CT Certificate Program, you'll need:
- GPA/college transcripts.
- Application (PDF)
- Three professional reference forms.
- Proof of ARRT certification
Completion of the CT Certificate Program
Upon completing the CT training program and ARRT clinical requirements, you will be prepared to take the ARRT CT exam.
After successful completion of the ARRT exam — if using tuition forgiveness — you'll begin to fulfill the 2-year work commitment at UPMC.
Contact Us About the CT Training Program
To learn more, contact:
Program Director, School of Radiography
Rad Tech Program Coordinator, School of Radiography