ARRT-RECOGNIZED ACCREDITATION Agencies

At ARRT, education is part of our equation for excellence. We rely on accreditation agencies (sometimes called mechanisms) to determine the quality of educational institutions, their programs, and their courses. Below is a list of ARRT-approved accreditation mechanisms. 

What Candidates Need To Know About ACCREDITATION

As part of the requirements for ARRT certification and registration, candidates need to complete an ARRT-approved educational program and an academic degree (associate's or higher) that is accredited by one of the mechanisms listed on this page. They must complete their programs and degrees on or after the dates specified in the chart. (Those are the dates on which ARRT recognized the accrediting mechanisms.) They only need to earn an academic degree if they complete their professional education on or after Jan.1, 2015. 

Once they've earned an ARRT credential, they have the option of taking an academic course as a part of their Continuing Education Requirements. If they do, the academic institution offering the course must be accredited by one of the agencies on this page. 

Program Directors and Accreditors: Learn More

If you’re a Program Director looking to gain accreditation for your program, contact any of the organizations below for more information. 

If your organization is interested in becoming an ARRT-approved accreditation mechanism, contact us at 651.687.0048. 


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