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The Radiologic Sciences Program offers two advanced certificate programs.
The Computed Tomography Certificate trains technologists to use radiation to produce cross-sectional images of the patient, which are used by the physician to make a diagnosis.
The Computed Tomography certificate is a two-semester program that begins each fall. Didactic classes are held on Mondays from 5-8:50 p.m. both fall and spring semesters. The CT clinical experience is 24 clock-hours per week beginning in late September each year.
The Vascular Interventional Certificate trains VIR technologists to use radiation and advanced patient care skills to produce vascular images of the patient, which are used by the physician to make a diagnosis.
The Vascular Interventional certificate is a three-semester program that is offered beginning every Fall semester. Didactic classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5-8:50 p.m. fall, spring and summer semesters. The VI clinical experience is eight clock-hours per week in the fall semester and 24 clock-hours per week in spring and summer.
Send an email to vMartin@dcccd.edu with the subject “application for CT” or “application for Vascular Interventional.” List the following information in the email: Full name, DCCCD student ID number and phone number. You will receive a response with instructions to access the online application process.
Find information about gainful employment, program costs and placement rates for Computed Tomography Advanced Technical Certificate and Vascular Interventional Advanced Technical Certificate.