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Bachelor of Science in Health Science - Computed Tomography

The Bachelor of Science in Health Science with Concentration in Computed Tomography program is designed for those qualified individuals who have graduated from a JRCERT or regionally accredited Radiography, Radiation Therapy, or Nuclear Medicine program, and who desire to complete studies for a baccalaureate program with focus in the CT area. 

The curriculum will be offered using a blended-model with the didactic courses being offered in an online format and the clinical courses being completed onground at South College affiliated health facilities.  The major curriculum represents elements that are essential in educating technologists in the post-primary practice of CT.  Clinical practice experience is designed to provide patient care and assessment, competent performance of CT procedures, radiation safety and total quality management.  Course requirements include CT physics and instrumentation, cross-sectional anatomy, patient care and safety, imaging techniques and procedures specific to CT imaging, and quality control, which fulfills the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) certification eligibility requirements. 

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