Advanced Medical Imaging Technology
The Advanced Medical Imaging Technology (AMIT) Program was originally developed in 1964 as a Nuclear Medicine Technology Program and offered both an associate and baccalaureate degree. The baccalaureate degree in Nuclear Medicine Technology was the first in the nation of its type.
In 1996, the program became a baccalaureate only, multicredential, diagnostic medical imaging program. While several diagnostic imaging programs offer multicredentialing as an option for its students, AMIT is the first program that has multicredentialing as its academic focus.
The first multicredential students began their professional curriculum in 1999. In 2003, AMIT began to offer a Certificate to provide an avenue for post-baccalaureate students who were unwilling or unable to pursue a second baccalaureate or an advanced degree.
The imaging modalities available to study are: Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Nuclear Medicine Technology.
All baccalaureate graduates will fulfill board requirements in two imaging modalities.