Limited Medical Radiography is a 12-month certificate program offered at both Campbellsville and Harrodsburg campuses.
The Limited Medical Radiography (LMR) program at Campbellsville University is a certificate program consisting of 1004 clock hours and can be completed in approximately 11 months. The program consists of classroom and laboratory courses along with clinical rotations to various healthcare facilities. The program cost is $15,000 which includes books, kit fee, laboratory supplies, background and drug screenings, and certification exam fee. Tuition does not include required vaccinations, uniforms, required clinical shoes, or travel expenses to and from clinical facilities. Upon completion of the program, students will receive a certificate and will be eligible to take the LMR certification test and apply for licensing in the state of KY. LMRs are able to work in urgent care clinics, orthopedic clinics, chiropractic offices, and podiatrist offices.
Enrollment for the program at Campbellsville’s main campus is August and January of each year. Harrodsburg enrollment is in August. There is a maximum of 15 students being accepted into the program for each campus. Admission requirements include: must be 18 years old before the start date of the program, must have a high school diploma or GED, satisfactorily pass a criminal background check, meet program technical standards, and schedule an interview appointment with the program director. There are no pre-requisites for the program.
The program is structured on a bi-term schedule, meaning that every 8 weeks students will begin a new set of classes. Classes meet in the daytime hours and typically are four days per week from 8:30-3:30. Clinical hours will be varying days Monday-Friday with times ranging from 7:30 am till 4:30 pm depending on the operating hours of the clinical facility.
Apply for the Limited Medical Radiography program at Campbellsville.edu/apply