The UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program is a continuous, 23-month certificate course of study. The UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).
Clarion University students enrolled in the Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Sciences (BSMIS) have an academic preparation of two years at the university and continue with the 23-month course of study at UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program.
Applicants must have a minimum Associate Degree in health care related field to apply.
The mission of the UPMC Northwest Radiologic Technology Program is to graduate competent entry-level radiologic technologists who will provide quality and compassionate health care.
Students will be clinically competent in entry-level radiographic skills. Outcomes include:
Students will demonstrate written and oral communication effectively. Outcomes include:
Students will use critical thinking and problem solving skills in the classroom and clinical setting. Outcomes include:
Students will exhibit professionalism and realize the value of life-long learning. Outcomes include:
The Radiologic Technology Program is a 23-month program.
Weekly Schedule: 36 to 40 hours
Location: UPMC Northwest, Seneca Place building, Seneca, PA.
Classroom instruction is held two days a week at UPMC Northwest Seneca Place. Clinical instruction is three days a week at either UPMC Northwest in Seneca, PA., or Grove City Medical Center in Grove City, PA.