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A career that resonates.

Using today’s scanning technologies, highly detailed images help doctors diagnose conditions during the early stages, leading to more focused treatments and better outcomes for patients. Belmont’s Radiology degree and certificate programs can help put you right in the middle of the most advanced medical care.

Belmont offers a pair of radiology programs. Both can prepare you to apply to sit for certification exams administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). Look through them and see which one connects with where you are in your journey. And where you see yourself going.

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Radiologic Technology

2+2 Options
Learn to help patients in a way that’s as personal as it is technical.
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Computed Tomography

Get both the theory and the clinical experience to perform CT scans and more.
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Stephanie M. Stauver, MPS, RT(R)(CT)
Radiology Program Director


Faculty Spotlight

Stephanie M. Stauver

Never stop learning and you’ll always stay RAD.

This self-described “nerdy girl” who’s passionate about all things radiology has been sharing her wealth of knowledge with students at Belmont for three years. She’s worked in the field for 16 years, as a certified X-ray/CT technologist and program director.

Currently studying for her doctorate degree, Director Stauver earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Professional Studies degrees at West Liberty University. She’s a board member of the West Virginia Society of Radiologic Technologists and co-chair of its annual conference, and a member of the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists, the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, and the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. Director Stauver is also an Ohio Association of Community Colleges Leadership Academy Fellow.