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Career Options & Highlights

Radiologic Technologists may pursue a number of advanced forms of imaging for career advancement. Folsom Lake College offers computed tomography, commonly referred to as CT; magnetic resonance imaging, referred to as MRI; and vascular-interventional radiography, known as IR. The role of the CT, MRI, or VIR technologist is to perform the technical aspect of routine and complex procedures in the field of radiology that are involved in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. Students will have an opportunity to participate in lectures, simulation training, as well as actual clinical site rotations that are consistent with recommended curriculum material established by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist (ARRT). These programs prepare students for the respective certifications through ARRT.

Career Options
Upon completion of the program, successful participants will be able to operate CT, MRI, and VIR equipment and perform technical aspects of procedures consistent with protocols in a proficient manner.

Computed Tomography Application

Folsom Lake College is currently accepting applications for its inaugural Computed Tomography class!

Applications for the next Computed Tomography program start will be available February 2019. Click here for more information

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