Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology Program graduates will:
- Apply knowledge of anatomy, physiology, positioning, and MRI sequence parameters to accurately demonstrate anatomical structures.
- Determine imaging parameters to achieve optimum imaging.
- Evaluate images for appropriate positioning, coil selection, and image quality.
- Apply the principles of ferromagnetic safety and contrast application for the protection of the patient, technologist, and others.
- Recognize emergency patient conditions and initiate life-saving first aid and basic life-support procedures.
- Evaluate the performance of MRI systems, know the safe limits of equipment operation, and report malfunctions to the proper authority.
- Participate in MRI quality assurance programs.
- Provide care and comfort in regard to the holistic health of the patient, technologist, and others.
- Provide patient education related to MRI procedures.