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Overview

This program provides a thorough foundation in MRI procedures, pathophysiology, and physics. When this education is combined with a sound base of clinical practice that meets national programmatic accreditation standards, a superior graduate capable of meeting professional workforce needs results. The MRI program is designed not only to foster the skills and knowledge necessary for competent practice in MRI, but also places emphasis on professional attitudes, values and behaviors that encourage the professional growth of the individual student, thus assuring graduates of a place on the medical imaging team.

Clinical learning experiences are provided by affiliating hospitals, clinics and other MRI provider facilities. Didactic learning experiences occur in supportive college course work delivered through an online environment. Both are equally important to the development of the competent MRI technologist. Under these philosophies, the program assumes the responsibility of a facilitator of learning. Specifically, it will plan, select, administer, and assess learning experiences. These experiences are developed to meet established objectives and eligibility requirements of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) to complete the national MRI credentialing examination.

The program terminates in an award of an Associates of Applied Science degree or a Certificate of Completion as determined by the college issuing the award. The program has been awarded accreditation from the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

This is a collaborative program offered by:

Curriculum information can be found at: https://www.micollegesonline.org/mriprogram.html


Agreements


MRI Program Policies & Supporting Documents


Program Effectiveness Data

The following data shows completion and credentialing exam pass rates for recent MiRIS MRI Program graduates.

Completion Rate (2014-18)

Grad Year

Program Completion

Results

2014

87%

26 of 30 graduated

2015

93%

28 of 30 graduated

2016

80%

24 of 30 graduated

2017

87%

26 of 30 graduated

2018

90%

27 of 30 graduated

Average

87%

 

Credentialing Examination Pass Rate (2014-18)

This number reflects the number of students who passed our national certification examination through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists on the first attempt within 6-months of graduation. Ninety-six of the 118 students setting for the examination passed. This is a pass rate of 81 percent.

Job Placement Reporting within one year of Graduation (2014-2018)

Grad Year

Job Placement

Results

2014

100%

20 of 20 graduates reported being employed within 12 months of graduation.

2015

95.6%

22 of 23 graduates reported being employed within 12 months of graduation.

2016

100%

23 of 23 graduates reported being employed within 12 months of graduation.

2017

100%

26 of 26 graduates reported being employed within six months of graduation.

2018

100%

24 of 24 graduates reported being employed within six months of graduation.

Average

99%

 
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