Technologist education refers to the educational opportunities that prepare a student for a career in the imaging or radiology field. The mission and goals of Technologist Imaging Education parallels the philosophy, mission and goals of University Health Care. The educational programs and academic partnerships have a long excellent reputation. We go the extra mile for our students to provide high quality, entry level educational programs in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computerized tomography (CT), nuclear medicine and mammography that educates competent technologists to meet the needs of the University Health Care and the community. We have also developed academic partnerships with institutions that needs the expertise of the University Health Care for clinical education.
- The CT program will now only be offered once per year each January. The program will run through the end of June.
- The nuclear medicine program will now be 18 months in length. The program will begin each June and conclude December of the following year.