Certificado post-asociado

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El programa de mamografía es un certificado avanzado post-asociado que está diseñado para tecnólogos radiológicos registrados en ARRT. Este programa prepara a los estudiantes para realizar procedimientos de mamografía de detección y diagnóstico utilizando equipo de mamografía dedicado. Al completar con éxito el programa de mamografía, los estudiantes son elegibles para tomar el examen de certificación postprimaria ARRT en mamografía. En un esfuerzo por acomodar a los tecnólogos radiológicos que trabajan, este programa se ofrecerá en un formato combinado.

Última actualización Dic 2020

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Washtenaw Community College was established in 1965 when Washtenaw County voters passed a millage to provide financial support for a countywide community college. WCC opened with a 6-member Board of Trustees, a newly-appointed president, and a parcel of land in Ann Arbor and Superior Townships. Classes started in September 1966 on a temporary campus at Willow Run, with 1200 students enrolled in 30 occupational programs and a transfer curriculum. From this modest beginning, WCC has grown into one of the nation’s premier community colleges with an annual enrollment of more than 18,000 students in credit classes each year, and thousands more in Economic and College Development classes. Our diverse student body includes more than 1,000 students from 100+ foreign countries. Our 285-acre campus and strategically located extension centers, operating resources, technology-enabled facilities, and instructional quality are the envy of post-secondary education institutions near and far. Menos información