Camosun launches new Island Medical Radiography program
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December 14, 2011
Minister of Advanced Education, Naomi Yamamoto and MLA Ida Chong joined Camosun President Kathryn Laurin at Lansdowne campus Thursday, December 8, to announce the launch of Vancouver Island’s first Medical Radiography Technology program (MRT) at Camosun College.
The new 24-month MRT program, set to start in September, 2012, features a new curriculum developed in collaboration with BCIT and the College of New Caledonia in Prince George.
“This is a very exciting opportunity for Island students and for Camosun College,” says Dr. Barbara Herringer, dean of the School of Health & Human Services. “There is no doubt the program will be challenging, but Camosun is known for excellent teaching and wonderful learning services. Our MRT graduates can anticipate rewarding, quality careers in health care when they complete their Camosun MRT diploma.”
Those interested in learning more about Camosun’s new Medical Radiography Technology program can register for a special information session.
Last updated: July 10, 2012 12:11 pm