Medical Imaging Technology

Medical Imaging Technology

School of Medicine Health Professions Program

Patients are served by medical imaging technologists in interventional procedures (IR), computed tomography (CT), sonography (US), and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). These skilled imaging professionals use principles of radiation protection as they determine exposure factors and position patients for a variety of examinations with the use of computerized equipment. 

To be admitted to the Medical Imaging Technology Program, a student must be a licensed radiographer, nuclear medicine technologist, radiation therapist, sonographer, or hold an A.S. in Radiography. Many students earn their A.S. in Radiography at IUPUI first and then continue on to the B.S. in Medical Imaging Technology program afterward. 

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Medical Imaging TechnologyFall 2015 and beyond

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