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Why Choose This Program?

Many imaging professions housed within Cardiology do not require the Radiologic Technologist (RT) certification as pre-requisite to certification. However, as a fundamental substitute, knowledge of heart anatomy, rhythm, and pathology are paramount for success in advanced careers in Cardiac Imaging, including Invasive Cardiology and Cardiac Sonography.

The Cardiographic Technician Certificate Program will consist of courses that prepare students for the Cardiac Credentialing International (CCI) certification in both Cardiographic Technician and Rhythm Analysis. 

What You Will Learn

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • Rhythm Analysis
  • Basic Cardiac Imaging
  • Limited Patient Care and Assessment

No clinical education or hospital experience is provided during the program.

Course Requirements

  • RADT 1012 (3 credits) - Cardiographic Technician
  • RADT 1013 (3 credits) - Rhythm Analysis
  • RADT 1014 (3 credits) - Basic Cardiac Imaging
  • RADT 1025 (2 credits) - Limited Patient Care & Assessment
  • HTHS 1110 (4 credits) - Anatomy & Physiology I
  • HTHS 1111 (4 credits) - Anatomy & Physiology II

Please use the Fall 2024 EKG Flyer for class times and registration information. 

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Job Opportunities

Upon certification, you may work in outpatient facilities and clinics (jobs often require additional responsibilities, such as clerical work).

Tuition Cost

See current tuition and fees table for cost per credit hour. 

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