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Globally Renowned Purdue to Acquire Kaplan University
Purdue University, one of the nation's most respected universities, will acquire Kaplan University and create a new, nonprofit, public institution within the Purdue system. Pending regulatory approvals, this exciting transition is expected to take place later this year. This change will be seamless—during the transition, you will still be able to enroll at Kaplan University, earn a high-quality education, and meet your educational and career goals.
- Health Information Management
CTU can help you connect to what matters most: a powerful professional network, faculty who are real-world professionals and innovative technology. And now several CTU degree programs are ranked by U.S. News Best Online Programs for 2015. Are you in?
- Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management - Health Informatics
- Master of Science in Healthcare Informatics
Logan is a non-profit university founded in 1935. Logan University has remained grounded in chiropractic education, while continuously enriching academic options with degree offerings in health sciences since 2012.
- Master of Science - Health Informatics
With over 80 years of academic achievements, Jacksonville University is a traditional, longstanding institution consistently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's best colleges.
- MS Health Informatics
Some interesting facts about radiology schools in Alaska
- There is no school in the state offering bachelors’ degree programs in radiology
- The average student population in radiology learning institutions in the state is about 11,000
- The annual tuition range for radiography courses in universities and colleges lies in-between $7,500 and $8,900
- On average, a radiology technician in Alaska is paid better than those in most of the other states
- Alaska has one of the highest number of job opportunities for radiology technicians in the nation
- There are 2 universities and colleges in the state offering a radiology degree program
- There are only 2 learning institutions in Alaska offering certificate programs in radiology science
How to become a radiology technician in Alaska
Alaska is one of the few states in the nation that do not necessarily require their radiology technicians to be licensed. Therefore, all you have to do is graduate from an accredited institution doing a nice course and enter the job market. However, in such a case, chances of you getting a job would be low. This is because in as much as the state does not require you to be licensed, majority of the major hospitals and medical centers require you to be licensed in order to consider you for their job openings. This means, after graduating from an accredited institution, it would be wise for you to sit for the ARRT (American Registry of Radiology Technologists) test so as to qualify for a license. The application process commences way in advance. As a matter of fact, one can register up to 3 months before they graduate. Once you get the license, it will be up to you to renew the license after every 2 years. This will include sitting for the ARRT exam again and paying the necessary application fees.
Career opportunities for radiology technicians in Alaska
Currently, over 500 radiology technician job openings come about yearly in Alaska. This makes it one of the states with the highest number of jobs for radiology technicians in the United States. The projected growth rate is estimated to be about 30% until the year 2020; meaning even more jobs. Some of the areas where new graduates can look for such jobs are in the major hospitals, imaging centers, medical clinic and physician offices.