CT Program FAQ: Click to see answer
Question 1: What is Computed Tomography (CT)?
CT is a technology that uses computer-processed X-rays to produce cross-sectional images of specific areas of the body, allowing diagnosis without invasive procedures. CT produces a volume of data that can be manipulated in order to demonstrate various bodily structures based on their ability to attenuate the X-ray beam. Although, historically, the images generated were in the axial or transverse plane, perpendicular to the long axis of the body, modern scanners allow this volume of data to be reformatted in various planes or even as volumetric (3D) representations of structures.
Question 2: How many students are admitted each year?
Approximately 12 students for each modality are accepted during each spring semester and start the programs the following fall semester. This is a limited access program due to the clinical space available within Brevard County.
Question 3: How long is the program?
The program is two semesters long starting in the fall, and ending in spring.
Question 4: Where are the classes available?
All coursework is completed online and 24 hours per week of clinical education is completed at assigned clinical locations.
Question 5: When will I know if I’ve been admitted?
Typically, applicants will know if they have been accepted by mid-May prior to program start in August.