Open enrollment for Shore Medical Center’s School of Radiologic Technology begins January 2, 2012. The School of Radiologic Technology provides a full-time, 24-month program that teaches students the safe and correct way to take X-rays of the human body. The program is divided between classroom hours and hands-on clinical experience. Upon completion of the program, students earn a certificate in Radiologic Technology and are eligible to apply for the National American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Examination and for state licensure.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age by the first day of class and have a high school diploma or a GED. Applicants must have completed a minimum of 15 college credits with a grade of “C” or above in the following categories before applying to the program:
• Mathematical/Logical Reasoning (required) (i.e. College Algebra)
• Written/Oral Communications (required) (i.e. English 101)
• Arts and Humanities (i.e. Intro to Psychology)
• Information Systems (i.e. Intro to Computers)
• Social/Behavioral Sciences (i.e. Sociology 101)
• Natural Sciences (i.e. Anatomy and Physiology I)
Please note: The Math/Logical Reasoning and Written/Oral Communications categories are required. The remaining credits should be spread among the other categories.
Open enrollment ends February 28, 2012. All applications must be received by this date.
For more information, or if you meet the criteria stated above and would like to request an application packet to be mailed to you email email@example.com.
Eligibility requirements for ARRT certification in Radiography
Beginning January 1, 2015, all candidates must posses at least an associate’s degree from a college accredited by the United States Department of Education (USDE) and/or Counsel for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in order to be eligible to apply for the National American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Examination.
The associate’s degree does not need to be in radiologic sciences. The degree requirement will apply to all graduates from any radiography program on or after January 1, 2015.