An accredited program is a program that has been found to meet or exceed the Standards for an Accredited Program in Radiologic Technology. Accreditation awards range from 18 months to 8 years. For the specific length of the accreditation award granted, please search for the accredited program below and view the program details.
An applicant program is a program that has applied for initial accreditation and is currently under review based on the Standards for an Accredited Program in Radiologic Technology. An applicant program has not been granted an accreditation status. Initial accreditation awards range from 18 months to three years.
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The credentialing examination pass rate and job placement rate is a five-year average based on the most recent five consecutive years of data. The program’s completion rate is a one-year data point. A new program (i.e. an initial program recently accredited by the JRCERT, recent transfer of sponsorship, etc.) may not have five years of data for credentialing examination pass rate and job placement rate, (NOTE: also possibly no completion rate); therefore, JRCERT records will identify pass rate and job placement rate as “0” in the Program Effectiveness Data section. Refer to the example below. Please contact the program regarding any questions pertaining to the data.
For further understanding on Program Effectiveness Data, please refer to the video module on the Program Effectiveness Data page of our website. https://www.jrcert.org/resources/program-effectiveness-data/