M.R.I. Technologists are healthcare professionals who use specialized M.R.I. equipment to create images of structures inside the human body. They must be able to communicate effectively with people at all health levels. Throughout the program, M.R.I. Technologists will be supervised by board certified radiologists, who will guide and facilitate learning experiences. Graduates will be able to obtain employment in a variety of medical settings, such as orthopedic clinics, diagnostic imaging clinics, and hospitals.
For students entering any of the diagnostic imaging programs, completion of a background check is required. Please use the following link to complete the process and allow 3 to 5 business days for results to post.