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Advanced Medical Imaging Technology 


The following information indicate the most current program requirements. Before using the following links, it is essential that you meet with an academic advisor to ensure that you follow the appropriate curriculum and are aware of potential curricular changes.

CAHS Academic Advising

The first two years of the program are designated as the General Education Curriculum and the second two years of the degree are designated as the Professional Education Curriculum.

You must apply for the Professional  Education Curriculum during Fall Semester of the year they are completing their General Education Curriculum.  This would be during your sophomore year following a traditional, full-time curriculum plan. 

Acceptance into the Professional Education Curriculum is competitive.

You may request an application by contacting the Advanced Medical Imaging Technology program office at  (513) 558-3515. 

​AMIT Curriculum Fall 2017

​AMIT Curriculum Fall 2018

AMIT Curriculum Notes (PDF)

MRI Mission Statement & Outcomes (PDF)

Program Outcomes Data

The Nuclear Medicine Technology curriculum and the Magnetic Resonance Imaging curriculum are accredited by separate accrediting agencies.  It is common for accrediting agencies to require programs to publish their graduation outcomes as a means of informing potential students and other stakeholders of a program’s accomplishments. 

Nuclear Medicine Outcomes:

Graduate outcomes are indicators of program effectiveness, demonstrating the extent to which a program achieves its goals.  Programmatic graduate outcomes data reported on the JRCNMT website include: 5-year time period of current report; graduation rate; ARRT credentialing success; NMTCB credentialing success and job placement rate.

Nuclear Medicine Graduate Outcomes​ Report (2012-2016)

*The above graduation outcomes represents the Nuclear Medicine Technology curriculum.  However, it does not reflect that nearly all of the Nuclear Medicine Technology students begin the Magnetic Resonance Imaging curriculum upon completion of their Nuclear Medicine studies and consequently, do NOT enter the workforce.  These students are usually not seeking employment at this stage due to the time commitments of the Magnetic Resonance Imaging curriculum. 

MRI Outcomes:

MRI Program Effectiveness Data 2010-2015 (PDF)

AMIT Program Outcomes:

AMIT Program Outcomes 2010-2015 (PDF)​

​Program Accreditation

Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)

  • The Joint Review Committee on Education Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) monitors performance measures of programs and makes this information available to the public.  Successful completion of a JRCERT-accredited program assures you that you will be provided with the knowledge, skills, and professional values required for career success.
  • The AMIT MRI program is currently accredited by the JRCERT, the next program review is scheduled for 2020. 

Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT)

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