Mission & Goals


Mission & Goals

Mission Statement

Consistent with the mission of Austin Community College, the faculty of the Diagnostic Medical Imaging program are committed to providing quality instruction by preparing the technologist to be employable at an entry level in Computed Tomography and to be successful on the National Credentialing Examination in Computed Tomography.

Program Goals

  1. Upon completion of the Computed Tomography Program, the student will satisfactorily demonstrate the following entry-level skills in CT:
    • clinical competency
    • communication skills
    • problem solving and critical thinking skills
    • professional growth and development
  2. A minimum of 90% of program graduates will pass the ARRT credentialing examination in CT.
  3. At least 75% of admitted declared students will complete the program.
  4. At least 80% of graduates seeking employment in CT will be employed within six months of program completion.

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Computed Tomography Updates

  • The Immunization and Tests Required Form Has Been Updated

    The Immunizations and Tests Required Form has been updated as of May 6, 2022. Please use the latest form when submitting your application requirements. For more information, visit the Immunizations page.

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  • CT Program Application Period and Deadline

    Computed Tomography Program applications are accepted annually from April 1 to June 15 at 5 p.m. If the deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, the due date will end on the next business day. Please visit the Application Process page for more information.

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  • ACC COVID-19 Information

    Please check the Coronavirus page often for the latest information on ACC's response to the pandemic.

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