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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
Arkansas College of Barbering and Hair Design (ACB) was incorporated under the laws of the state of Arkansas in May 1974. The school was previously located at 401 Main Street in North Little Rock, AR. In1984, the school was relocated to its current location at 200 East Washington Ave and has been incontinuous operation since that time. ACB opened with seven (7) students and sixteen (16) chairs andcurrently have forty-two (42) multi-purpose chairs and an average of sixty-five (65) students. Our purpose is to provide quality training in barbering and hairstyling to the residents of this and other states.
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
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
- Master of Science in Healthcare Informatics
Some interesting facts about radiology schools in Arkansas
- Arkansas contributes about 5% of the total radiology learning institutions in the United States
- There is only one institution in the state offering certificate programs for radiology technician students
- There are 4 schools offering radiology bachelor’s degrees in the state, 8 offering the associate degree and 10 colleges plus universities offering radiology degree programs
- The annual tuition range for colleges and universities offering radiology course in the state lies in-between $3,500 and $13,800
- The annual tuition range for radiology courses in community colleges and career schools in Arkansas is $9,400
- Radiology technicians in the state are considered to be paid considerably well as compared to those in other states
- How to become a radiology technician in Arkansas
There are a couple of inter-linked requirement necessary for one to become a radiology technician in Arkansas. To start with, you will have to acquire a renewable license from the state. This license will certify that you are in a position to work as a radiology technician in the state. However, in order to get licensed, you will have to sit for the ARRT exam which in turn requires you to have graduated from an accredited radiology technician institution. The ARRT certification test is generally based on all the various aspects of radiology plus its technologies. Getting the license allows one to practice computed tomography, bone densitometry, mammograms and other special radiology procedures. The application process for the license can begin as early as 3 whole months before their actual graduation. However, make sure to have graduated before sitting for the test. The renewal of the license is done after every 2 years.
Career opportunities for radiology technicians in Arkansas
As of the year 2010, there were approximately 2,360 job positions for radiology technicians in the state. This number is expected to grow by 9% by the year 2020 which means there will be even more career opportunities for radiologists in the future. Currently, new graduates can get career opportunities in major hospitals such as the Arkansas Heart Hospital, private physician offices, medical and imaging centers. There are quite a number in the state.