Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI Curriculum

MAGNETIC RESONANCE CURRICULUM

 You may pursue either the certificate on a part-time or full-time basis, or a limited number of courses.  The MR Program requires two semesters of clinical experience. The completed application must be submitted by February 1st for priority admission. Applicants continue to be accepted until May 31st.  Please mail your application to:

Washburn University
Jera Roberts
Benton Hall, Room 107
1700 SW College Ave
Topeka, KS  66621

 The certificate in magnetic resonance requires the completion of a minimum of 22 credit hours, including clinical experience.  Tuition information is available at http://www.washburn.edu/academics/course-schedule/files/fall/tuition-and-fees.pdf

All MR courses count towards the Bachelor of Health Science (BHS) degree.

Full-Time Sequence for Registered Technologists
Fall Semester I
AL341 Sectional Anatomy and Imaging Applications – 4 credits
AL347 Magnetic Resonance Physics I – 3 credits
AL348 MR Imaging I – 3 credits
AL349 MR Clinical Experience I – 3 credits

Spring Semester I
AL350 Magnetic Resonance Physics II – 3 credits
AL351 MR Imaging II – 3 credits
AL352 MR Clinical Experience II – 3 credits

Part-Time Sequence for Registered Technologists
Fall Semester I
AL341 Sectional Anatomy and Imaging Applications – 4 credits
AL347 Magnetic Resonance Physics I – 3 credits

Spring Semester I
AL350 Magnetic Resonance Physics II – 3 credits

Fall Semester II
AL348 MR Imaging I – 3 credits
AL349 MR Clinical Experience I – 3 credits

Spring Semester II
AL351 MR Imaging II – 3 credits
AL352 MR Clinical Experience II – 3 credits

Core Courses
AL341 Sectional Anatomy and Imaging Applications (4)
Prerequisite: ARRT certification or Second-year Radiographer Student

More information about the program is available on our web site:  http://www.washburn.edu/academics/college-schools/applied-studies/departments/allied-health/mr/index.html                     

Please let me know if you have additional questions regarding our program.

            Jera Roberts, MR Program Coordinator