MRI - Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI 101  Introduction to MRI  (1-0-1)  

Offered Fall Semester

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor

This course covers patient screening, safety and biological considerations, MR terminology and elementary imaging principles.

MRI 102  MRI Patient Care  (1-0-1)  

Offered Fall Semester

This course provides an introduction to basic patient care in an MRI environment, including professional ethics and patient communication.

MRI 111  MRI Physics  (5-0-5)  

Offered Fall Semester

Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.

This course is an introduction and exploration of MRI physics, instrumentation and application.

MRI 121  Advanced MR Imaging Techniques  (5-0-5)  

Offered Spring Semester

Prerequisite: MRI 111

This course explores advanced imaging methods and new technologies in magnetic resonance imaging.

MRI 140  MR Imaging of the Head and Neck  (2-0-2)  

Offered Fall Semester

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the MRI Program

This course is an exploration of the magnetic resonance imaging techniques of the head and neck to include patient positioning, protocols, pulse sequences and pathology.

MRI 141  MR Imaging of the Spine & Musculoskeletal System  (2-0-2)  

Offered Spring Semester

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the MRI Program

This course is an exploration of the magnetic resonance imaging techniques of the spine and musculoskeletal system to include patient positioning, protocols, pulse sequences and pathology.

MRI 142  MR Imaging of the Thorax  (2-0-2)  

Offered Spring Semester

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the MRI Program

This course is an exploration of the magnetic resonance imaging techniques of the heart and thorax to include patient positioning, protocols, pulse sequences and pathology.

MRI 143  MR Imaging of the Abdomen and Pelvis  (2-0-2)  

Offered Spring Semester

Prerequisite: Acceptance into the MRI Program

This course is an exploration of the magnetic resonance imaging techniques of the abdomen and pelvis to include patient positioning, protocols, pulse sequences and pathology.

MRI 152  MRI Clinical Practicum I  (0-18-6)  

Offered Fall Semester

This course is an introduction to the MRI department to include screening, safety and performance of routine procedures.

MRI 162  MRI Clinical Practicum II  (0-15-5)  

Offered Spring Semester

Prerequisites: MRI 101, MRI 152

This course is an extensive clinical experience to include advanced imaging.