There are generally two types of radiology certificates. First, there are radiology certificates for those seeking entry into the field of radiology and then there are specialized certificates for those already in the field who want further education and training on a particular imaging modality such as mammography or computed tomography.
The type used for beginners is sometimes also called a diploma, which are available for those who want to quickly get started in the field of radiology with short and intensive programs. The specialized certificates also popular for those who are already working in radiology, but want to expand their skills and knowledge. Some choose to specialize in mammography, computed tomography, MRI, Radiation Therapy, and more.
Certificate programs generally range from 6 months to 18 months and many can be accomplished without disrupting your work schedule and pay. Request information from schools offering certification in radiology. Check out the other radiology technician schools page for all available programs online and in your state.
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