Get the Skills to Become an MRI Technologist
65.5 Weeks* Hands-On AAS MRI Technology Training Program in Sacramento, CA
The student receives six hundred seventy five (675) hours of didactic training and one thousand (1000) hours of clinical education allowing them to apply the lecture topics to practical use. The curriculum provides students with the technical, clinical, and interpersonal skills necessary to succeed in this field. Upon completion of the program, an Associate’s in Applied Science is awarded. Normal completion time for this program is 65.5 weeks excluding any holiday and vacation times. The mission of the MRI Technologist program is to provide well trained and knowledgeable, entry-level MRI technologists to meet the needs of the medical community.
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- Anatomy & Physiology
- Cross-Sectional Anatomy
- Physics & Instrumentation
- Imaging & Procedures
- Patient Care & Management
- General Education
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According to the 2018 U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the median salary for MRI Technologists in California is $91,660. And, there is a projected growth of 9 percent from 2018-2028, faster than the average for all occupations.
Students can earn an Associates in Applied Sciences Degree in MRI Program at Sacramento Ultrasound Institute (SUI) in only 65.5 weeks and start a career in the growing field of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologists upon completion of their externship. Best part? SUI works with more than 30 clinical sites and gives the students the knowledge, the clinical experience and the connections needed to land a job in the field.
Students enrolled into the AAS in MRI Technology are eligible to sit for the ARRT exam after graduation.
Program Hours: 1675 Hours
Program Length: 67.5 Weeks
Credits: 65.5 Credits
- General Admissions Requirements for All Programs
- MRI Program Prerequisites: None
2019 – 2020 Program Performance
- 19-20 Graduation Rate 100%
- 19-20 Employment Rate 78%
Registration Fee (non-refundable) $100.00
Student Tuition Recovery Fund $0.00
Uniforms (Two Sets) $100.00
Laptop Fee $750.00
Total Cost $41,950.00
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