Study Medical Imaging and Therapeutics at MCPHS
- Advanced Certificate in Computed Tomography: Current ARRT/NMTCP/ARDMS certification in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine Technology, or Radiation Therapy
- Advanced Certificate in Mammography: Current ARRT certification in radiography
With the power to see inside the human body, we can help detect, diagnose and even treat disease at its earliest. As a student, you can earn sought-after certificates in both diagnostic and therapeutic medical imaging. With online options in mammography, nuclear medicine technology, MRI, and computed tomography we have a program to fit your interests and advance your career.
- The mammography program is designed for working adults who already hold a medical imaging credential; those with primary certification in radiography are eligible for the mammography certificate.
- The MRI certificate program is designed for working adults who already hold primary certification in radiography, nuclear medicine, and/or sonography.
- The NMT certificate program is designed for either students with primary certification in another modality OR those who hold a bachelor's degree in any field.
- The CT certificate program is designed for those who are certified in radiography, nuclear medicine technology, or radiation therapy.
Why pursue a medical imaging and therapeutics certificate at MCPHS University?
- Flexibility and Quality: Our robust online learning systems prepare you well for national certification exams while allowing you to continue working.
- Career Advancement: Our highly specialized certificates in mammography, nuclear medicine technology, MRI, and computed tomography can help you rise to the top of your specialized profession.
- Value and Earning Power: MCPHS was ranked the #1 university in the U.S. for earning power and the #3 university for return on investment.*
- Increasing Demand: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for radiologic and MRI technologists is expected to grow at a faster rate than many other occupations, with a potential 9% increase in jobs needed by 2028.**
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* Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education; Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. ** U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.