The Computed Tomography Certificate specialty prepares individuals to use specialized equipment to visualize cross-sectional anatomical structures and aid physicians in the demonstration of pathologies and disease processes. Coursework prepares technologists to provide patient care and perform studies using imaging equipment, professional communication and quality assurance in scheduled and emergency procedures through academic and clinical studies.
For more information, please contact:
Perry Health Sciences Admissions
NOTE: Applicants must be registered – or registry-eligible – by the ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) as Radiologic Technologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists or Radiation Therapists.
If you're ready to get started at Wake Tech, follow the steps to begin:
- Apply to Wake Tech
- Submit educational transcripts to [email protected]
- Apply for financial aid and veterans benefits, if applicable
- Activate your Wake Tech student account
- Complete the Online Learning Readiness Assessment to be eligible to enroll in online courses.
Acceptance into the CT program is based on a first-come, first-served basis until the enrollment cap is reached. Once classes are filled, additional applicants will be placed on a waiting list and offered seats when they become available. To be eligible for consideration, students must complete the following:
- Submit the CT Program Application to to [email protected]. Application deadline is May 15.
- Submit the following documentation:
- Current CPR card
- Proof of being registered or registry-eligible by the ARRT with one of the following:
- A copy of current ARRT card or
- A letter from the department head of the imaging program in which you are currently enrolled, verifying that you are in good academic standing. You must be in the fourth semester of a five-semester program and must show evidence of ARRT registration within one month of the start date of the Computed Tomography program.
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