Registering for online or hybrid courses is done the same way as registering for a traditional classroom course at GTC. Start by applying to the college - step 1
of the enrollment process.
Online courses are asynchronous or synchronous - fancy words for simple concepts!
Asynchronous means that not everyone in the class is meeting at the same time; in fact, online courses allow you to attend class at any time of day or night (though some courses have on-campus assessments that must be scheduled), and the instructor may not be in the class at the same time you are.
Synchronous classes, like blended (or hybrid) courses, meet on campus at certain scheduled times, and the students and instructors are present in class at the same time.
ASSOCIATE IN ARTS
Are your sights set on a bachelor's degree? Get off to the right start in the University Transfer program at Greenville Technical College, respected statewide and beyond for providing a strong academic foundation.
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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses high-field magnet and radio-frequency waves to obtain cross-sectional anatomical images of the human body. The MRI program at Greenville Technical College is a two-semester (nine-month) online advanced certificate program designed for the two-year ARRT credentialed radiographer.
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HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
Health information management is a unique blend of health care and technology. Focusing on the business and technology side of health care, this profession requires no patient contact but is still an important part of the health care team.
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Computed tomography is a medical process that uses images of specific areas of the body to diagnose disease and provide therapy. If you are a registered Radiologic Technologists or Nuclear Medicine Technologists, you can increase your marketability by adding specialized knowledge of computed tomography. The Computed Tomography program at Greenville Technical College is fast and flexible, with just one semester of full-time study required.
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