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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
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
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
Some interesting facts about radiology schools in Vermont
- On average, the average radiologist in the state of Vermont is paid higher than most professions in other medical fields
- There are no learning institutions offering certificate radiology programs in the state
- There are 4 universities and colleges in Vermont offering radiology science degree programs
- The annual tuition range for universities, colleges and community colleges in the state of Vermont range in-between $15,400 and $31,000
- The average radiography science student population within Vermont is approximately $7,000 per institution
How to become a radiology technician in Vermont
You will require to be licensed in order to be allowed to practice radiology within the state of Vermont. This will be done by the Vermont Office of Professional Regulation. The requirement for one to be licensed is that they have to have graduated from a recognized and accredited radiology program in any of the accredited radiology institutions. In addition to this, you will also have to sit for and pass the ARRT examination (American Registry of Radiologic Technologist). Alternatively, there are equivalent exams that have been set by the Vermont Board of Radiologic Technology. Once you pass the exam and have the necessary documents, the next step will be to pay the required application fees and filling out the application form. It is only after this that you will be issued with the license. You will also be required to renew the license every 2 years which will involve completing a 24 credit continuing education course.
Career options for radiology technicians in Vermont
The projected job growth for radiology technicians in Vermont is estimated to be approximately 14% by the Vermont Department of Labor. This is by the year 2020. Currently, there are a number of job positions in the state. Most of them are located in the state major hospitals in addition to this, you can also get proper job opportunities in health care centers, clinics, university medical centers, doctor’s offices, imaging centers and top medical facilities/centers in the state.