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MRI Program Requirements

Mid Michigan College offers an Associate in Applied Science in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) through our guided pathway.

Learn more by reviewing our guided pathway for this credential.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging - AAS - Guided Pathway

MRI Program Application:

Application Deadline is February 1st, annually.

MRI Online Application Form

MRI Program Admissions Packet

MRI Program Admissions Packet

(Updated version 2019-2020)


Prerequisite Requirements

All prerequisite requirements and policies regarding certificate or degree completion can be found in the catalog of the college issuing the certificate or degree, or by contacting the EPiC Consortium Council member of the college issuing the certificate or degree.

Completion Requirements

1. There are 73 core program credits is required for program completion.

2. A student must maintain the minimum grade requirement as indicated for each course or and in accordance with the policies of the college issuing the terminal award of a degree or certificate.

3. Application to complete the certification examination administered by the ARRT is granted only if the student fulfills all academic and clinical criteria established by the ARRT, the EPiC program and the college issuing the terminal award of a degree or certificate.

4. A student must complete and pass all clinical access requirements as determined by clinical education providers. These include health related evaluations, criminal background check(s) and drug screening. Failure to successfully pass any of these requirements will require that the student withdraw from the MRI program.

Clinical Education Access Requirements

1. Students will be required to undergo a physical examination, immunizations, a drug screen and criminal background check prior to and potentially during clinical placement according to EPiC Consortium policies as required by affiliating clinical education providers.

2. Students who have a misdemeanor or felony conviction will also be required to submit a pre-application to the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT) to determine eligibility to complete the MRI certification exam earning nationally recognized professional credentials. For more information, visit the ARRT website.

3. Students will be required to maintain certification in Healthcare Provider CPR according to EPiC Consortium policies as required by affiliating clinical education providers during enrollment in the clinical education courses.

4. Students will be required to maintain professional liability insurance according to EPiC Consortium policies as required by affiliating clinical education providers during enrollment in the clinical education courses.

5. Students will be required to adhere to the uniform and personal appearance code according to EPiC Consortium policies as required by affiliating clinical education providers during enrollment in the clinical education courses.

MRI Information Video


Please watch the above Information Video about the MRI Program.

When you are finished, please take the short quiz regarding the information provided in the MRI video. You must complete the quiz prior to applying for admission into the Program.

Campus Safety, Security, and Non Discrimination, Harassment and Sexual Misconduct Information

In its commitment to providing a safe environment, Mid Michigan College actively endeavors to broaden our diversity, promote equal opportunity and prohibits any form of discrimination in its programs, activities, and conditions of admission or employment. Learn more about these efforts and policies by visiting www.midmich.edu/eeo , www.midmich.edu/titleix, www.midmich.edu/security.

Mid strongly encourages anyone who observes or experiences any acts of harassment, discrimination, inequitable treatment, or sexual misconduct to report the incident and seek assistance from the College’s Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator as follows:

Martricia (Tricia) Farrell, Director of College Compliance & Ethics, Title IX/Civil Rights Coordinator; 1375 S. Clare Ave., Harrison, MI 48625, Office: Business Services & Payroll, Room 205; 2600 S. Summerton Rd., Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858. Office: Doan Center, Room 105; (989) 386-6622 x394; mfarrell@midmich.edu

 
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