Imaging Professionals may take a credit course will be awarded 16CE credit for each academic semester credit. This section list courses offered that imaging technologists, who are not enrolled in the MRI curriculum, may take for approved ARRT credit.
Activities meeting the definition of an approved academic course (See Section 20) will be awarded credit at the rate of 12 CE credits for each academic quarter credit or 16 CE credits for each academic semester credit. An official transcript must include both the month and year the course was completed. An indication that the class was passed (pass/fail) or a grade of “C” or better is required to receive CE credit for an academic course. (ARRT Section 14)
Approved Academic Course: A formal course of study that is relevant to the radiologic sciences and/or patient care and is offered by a post-secondary educational institution accredited by a mechanism recognized by the ARRT. Relevant courses in the biologic sciences, physical sciences, radiologic sciences, health and medical sciences, social sciences, communication (verbal and written), mathematics, computers, management, or education methodology will be accepted. Some subject areas that may NOT be applicable include, but are not limited to, courses in astronomy, fine arts, geology, geography, history, music, philosophy, and religion. (Section 20 of ARRT)
Technologist who wish to take any credit course in this section must register as a special student. See Wake Tech admissions for more information http://admissions.waketech.edu/ Registered ARRT technologists must contact Angela Washington at [email protected] for permission to enter this course. Once you filled out your admission paperwork contact Angela Washington for a form that will allow you to register. Courses in this section are on a space available basis.
IMG 130 Imaging Ethics and Law (Totally On-line Course. Please review requirements for distance education courses)
This course covers the legalities of relationships between health care workers and patients. Emphasis is placed on professional malpractice, patient rights, legal and professional standards, and ethical considerations. Upon completion, students should be able to demonstrate the legal and ethical responsibilities of a diagnostic imaging professional.
*Additional courses will be added in the future*