Certificate in Women's Imaging

Since the invention of the X-ray in 1895, the field of diagnostic radiology has rapidly advanced. With new and advanced imaging tools available today, the role of radiologic technologists has expanded, along with career opportunities. FHSU’s Department of Allied Health is pleased to offer radiologic technologists one of the few online certificate and degree programs in the country. This certificate opportunity has a *blended curriculum with one course having an on-campus requirement.
 
An online certificate in Women’s Imaging gives you the education and training you need to:

  • improve your skills and versatility as a diagnostic technologist,
  • move into a supervisory position,
  • fulfill your continuing education requirements, or
  • assist in preparing for AART Certification exam.

Standard Option:

  • Principles of Bone Densitometry (2 Credit Hours)
  • Mammography for Radiologic Technologists (4 Credit Hours)
  • Advanced Mammography for Radiologic Technologists (2 Credit Hours)

TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED FOR CERTIFICATE: 8 Credit Hours

Contact Information
 
Christa Weigel, Distance Coordinator
Allied Health Department
Cunningham Hall 130
600 Park Street
Hays, KS  67601
Phone: (785) 628-5549
Email: crweigel@fhsu.edu
Web: Allied Health

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