How to Apply to the MRI Program

All Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) applicants must be current students at EFSC.  Students who need to apply or readmit to the college should follow the EFSC General Admissions steps before applying to the MRI program.

CT ProgramAll MRI applicants must satisfy the program entrance requirements outlined below. The application deadline is April 1st. The program starts in August each year. Applicants must submit the following materials to the Nursing and Health Science Admissions and Advising Office (Melbourne Campus, Building 15, room 101) by the application deadline.

EFSC Radiography Technology Program Exception: Current EFSC Radiography students, who are expected to graduate Spring Term (May), are eligible to submit an application to the CT and MRI programs by the application deadline. Program acceptance for current Radiography students is “contingent”, based on seats available AND proof of ARRT certification and state licensure received by August 1. All applicants with current certification and licensure by the application deadline will be given priority acceptance.

On the day following the application deadline, application files will be sent to the MRI Admissions Committee for consideration. Once the file is sent to the committee, it will be closed to additional information. Incomplete files will not be considered for program admission. All applicants will be notified by mail of their status in the program.

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Complete the Online Application for the MRI Program

Complete the online Health Sciences Application for the MRI Program. This application must be submitted by application deadline, after you have become an EFSC student.  If you need to apply to EFSC or readmit to the college, please submit an online application for general admissions.

Applicants must also submit a $25 non-refundable fee. Application fee must be paid to the cashier's office by the application deadline, to be considered for the program

Submit Application Materials

Submit the following documents to the Health Science Admissions office by the application deadline:

  • Unofficial transcripts - college
  • CPR card - American Heart Association BLS for heatlhcare provider
  • Essay:  "Why am I choosing to become an MRI specialist?"  (typed, one page)
  • Proof of Previous Licensure/Certification:  Applicants must have current certification by the American REgistry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) in the fields of Radiography, Sonography (ARDMS), Radiation Therapy, or Nuclear Medicine Technology certified by Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB). See exception information below for current students in the EFSC Radiography Technology Program
  • Certificate of Completion for online course: Introduction to MRI Safety. MRI Safety Course, Cost $24.99

  • Health-related experience form (if applicable)

EFSC Radiography Technology Program Exception: Current EFSC Radiography students, who are expected to graduate Spring Term (May), are eligible to submit an application to the CT and MRI programs by the application deadline. Program acceptance for current Radiography students is “contingent”, based on seats available AND proof of ARRT certification and state licensure received by August 1. All applicants with current certification and licensure by the application deadline will be given priority acceptance.

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