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Advanced Certificate in Computed Tomography

Location: Online
Start Term: Fall, Spring, Summer
Optional pathways for clinical experience or structured education only

Designed for working technologists, this part-time, online certificate program provides a flexible opportunity to earn a specialized computed tomography credential and advance your career in medical imaging. The program meets the didactic and clinical requirements for both the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) and Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB) computed tomography exams. The curriculum can also be customized for individuals needing only the structured education or clinical experience components of the program.

  • Offered entirely online
  • Designed to fit your work schedule
  • 9-credit program


Students must complete the following three courses:

  • RSC 320 | CT and Cross-Sectional Anatomy (3 cr.)
  • RSC 425C | CT Clinical Internship (3 cr.)
  • RSC 315 | CT Imaging-Board Review (3 cr.)

No transfer credits will be accepted for the certificate.

  • Current ARRT/NMTCP/ARDMS certification in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine Technology, or Radiation Therapy
  • Current CPR certification
  • Cross Sectional Anatomy (3 credits)

Once you’ve selected your course of interest and are ready to register, all that’s left is to create your account and pay the tuition fees.

Create your account and begin the registration process here.

You'll be asked to create a username and password, provide some basic personal information, and pay the course's tuition.

Your registration will be contingent upon review of your uploaded enrollment requirements. You will be asked to upload these documents during the registration process.

Online tuition is calculated at a cost-per-credit rate based on the program you choose and the number of credits for which you register. Learn more about Online tuition and fees.

Questions about the Advanced Certificate in Computed Tomography? Connect with the School of Professional Studies at or 339.236.2605.

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Faculty Profile: Erin Beloin

MCPHS Adjunct Professor Erin Beloin

Professor Beloin details her professional experience in Computed Tomography, and what makes the MCPHS certificate unique.

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