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/Venango-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.