Medical Imaging (MI)
The Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging degree is a completion program designed to provide you with advanced credentials and prepare you to be a supervisor or technologist in computed tomography (CT) or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

You can choose from four options to complete your baccalaureate degree:
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One-semester certificates are also available in either CT or MRI. The CT certificate is offered in the fall semester and the MRI certificate is offered in the spring semester.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, workers with the knowledge and skills to perform diagnostic imaging procedures are in high demand. Medical imaging professionals are employed in medical centers, community and private hospitals, clinics, and physicians' offices.

Medical imaging technologists assist doctors in diagnosing ailments and injuries through the administration of x-rays, MRIs, CT, and other new imaging options.

To qualify for this program, applicants need to have an associate's degree in medical imaging. However, a transition track in general education is also available for technologists who have earned a hospital-based diploma.
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