MRI Program Selection Criteria
Students accepted into the Magnetic Resonance Imaging program must be a licensed and registered Radiologic Technologist, Radiation Therapist, Nuclear Medicine Technologist or a Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer. (Proof of licensure is required.)
Preference may be given to those with previous health care experience.
In the health care field, the interaction between patient, doctor, technologists, and other healthcare personnel is a vital part of quality patient care. Technologists must be able to communicate clearly and effectively and present themselves in a professional manner with appropriate attire, grooming, and professional poise. At EFSC, we pride ourselves on training our students to become elite members of the healthcare community. For us to assess your potential effectiveness in the clinical setting please record and upload a casual video explaining why you would like to be an MRI or CT Technologist and have you started the training process? Make sure you include some background on yourself, your education, and any relevant healthcare experience.
Your video must be 3-5 minutes long (maximum) and should be available via an online link or by submitting a DVD with your application to the health sciences admissions and advising office (Cocoa Campus, building 20, room 211). Please do not use Google Drive to submit your video.
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