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Mammography (CPMAM)

Post-Associate Certificate


The Mammography program is a post-associate advanced certificate that is designed for ARRT registered radiologic technologists. This program prepares students to perform screening and diagnostic mammography procedures using dedicated mammography equipment. The curriculum is based on the recommended American Society of Radiologic Technology (ASRT) mammography guidelines and includes both didactic and clinical education. Upon successful completion of the Mammography program, students are eligible to take the ARRT post-primary certification examination in mammography. In an effort to accommodate working radiologic technologists, this program will be offered in a blended-format.

Admissions Requirements

The criteria for admission to the Mammography program:
-Current ARRT certified radiologic technologist
-Graduate of a JRCERT accredited Radiography program
-Overall GPA of 2.7
-Current CPR certification
-Crime-free criminal background check

Students may download the application packet on the Health Care home page: www4.wccnet.edu/departments/health/

Contact Information

Math, Science & Health
Allied Health Department
Connie Foster
William Nelson


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Major/Area Requirements
Class Title Credits
RAD 270 Principles of Mammography 3
RAD 271 Mammography Quality Control (QC) 3
RAD 273 Mammography Clinical Education 3
Total 9
Total Credits Required

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