The Arizona Practical Technologist in Radiography (PTR) Certificate program will consist of 2 semesters that incorporate integrated didactic instruction and clinical experiencein affiliated health facilities. During the course of the program, radiologic physics, anatomy, radiographic procedures, positioning, and patient assessment are taught. The student will participate in clinical education within the affiliate health facilities throughout the program.
Courses taken during the program may be applied towards the AAS Radiologic Technology degree. Upon successful completion of this certificate, students will be eligbile for the State Limited Scope Licensing exam in the state of Arizona.
Program Prerequisites: Acceptance to Weber State University, make application and be accepted to the program.
Advisement: Students accepted into the program should meet annually with assigned faculty advisor for course and program review.
Admission Requirements: Be accepted to Weber State University and declare program of study as Radiography applicant. Apply to the Radiography Program for acceptance and follow the procedures as outlined on the program application, which is in addition to the Weber State Admissions Application. The deadline date for applications to be received is May 1st of each year for AZ PTR Applicants. Student selection is made during Summer semester and those accepted into the program begin their professional phase of the curriculum the following fall semester. Present a satisfactory high school and/or college(s) transcript(s).
Grade Requirements: Demonstrate ability to achieve scholastically with grades of C or better.