The School of Radiologic Technology at University of Florida Health Jacksonville
is a Joint Review Committee on Education
in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)-accredited certificate awarding program.
The program was recently awarded the maximum accreditation duration of 8 years.
This is a 23-month program consisting of a 40-hours-per-week schedule. Students
should anticipate that 6-8 hours per week outside of the 40-hour school week for
homework, projects and exam preparation. Student will be required to rotate shifts
and days. All classroom and clinical training is done on the UF Health Jacksonville
campus. Students will occasionally rotate through a JRCERT accredited diagnostic
imaging center that is located approximately 5 miles from the main UF Health Jacksonville
campus. The program is approved for training 26 students. Approximately 8–10 students
are accepted annually. A completed application must be submitted by October 31st
of each year. Classes begin in early January.
Students are required to attend school a total of 40 hours each week including classroom
and clinical activities. Clinical rotations are 3 weeks in duration. The schedule
for the clinical rotations are posted 1 week in advance.
- Drug screening
- Background check
- COVID 19 vaccination