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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

Magnetic resonance imaging, commonly known as MRI, utilizes powerful magnetic fields and radio waves to form images of the body to diagnose illness. MRI provides non-invasive, diagnostic testing on almost every aspect of the human body, including bones, organs, muscles, and neurological functions. MRI is a critical branch of medical imaging testing.

MRI is a great field of study for people who:

  • care about patient well being
  • enjoy a mix of technical work and patient interaction
  • want to work in a growing area of the healthcare sector

With three program pathway options, choose the MRI program that is right for you.