Certificate Programs

Since the invention of the X-ray in 1895, the field of diagnostic radiology has rapidly advanced. With new and advanced imaging tools available, the role of radiologic technologists has expanded, along with career opportunities. In as little as two semesters, you can have the education and training you need to:

  • improve your skills and versatility as a diagnostic technologist,
  • fulfill your professional continuing education requirements, and
  • gain college credit hours to help you become registry eligible - Once a certificate is awarded the credits earned cannot be counted towards  FHSU's Bachelor of Science in Medical Diagnostic Imaging.

FHSU's Department of Allied Health is pleased to offer radiologic technologists certificates in several modalities of advanced imaging.

Certificate in Cardiovascular Interventional Technology (CVIT)
Advanced CVIT  4 credit hours
Advanced Patient Care 2 credit hours
CVIT Pathology and Case Review 4 credit hours
Total 10 credit hours
   
Certificate in Computed Tomography (CT)  
Cross Sectional Anatomy: Normal 4 credit hours
CT Physics and Instrumentation 4 credit hours
Sectional Pathology and Variant Anatomy 4 credit hours
CT Procedures 4 credit hours
Total 16 credit hours  
   
 Certificate in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)  
Cross Sectional Anatomy: Normal 4 credit hours
Sectional Pathology and Variant Anatomy 4 credit hours
MRI Physics and Instrumentation 4 credit hours
Total 12 credit hours
   
Certificate in Women's Imaging  
Principles of Bone Densitometry 2 credit hours
Mammography for Radiologic Technologists 4 credit hours
Advanced Mammography for Radiologic Technologists 2 credit hours
Total 8 credit hours

Getting Started is easy.

  • Begin the admissions process to FHSU by starting here to complete the online application .
  • Begin the admissions process to the certificate program of your choice by downloading the following Application Form, available as a PDF file. To ensure timely admission, please make sure your application is complete prior to submission.
  • Download the Getting Started Checklist to help you keep track of the application and enrollment process.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact us.