MRI Technologist Training Program
The Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging is proud to offer a paid, post-primary MRI program for x-ray technologists who are interested in furthering their careers.
This 6-month full-time program leads to advanced certification in the field of MRI (magnetic resonance imaging). Johns Hopkins Hospital and its outpatient imaging centers offer unique and unparalleled resources to ensure you learn with the latest technology and software advancements in this field.
Your time will be tailored to offer a diverse and comprehensive training for success in ARRT board registry and future clinical career. Classroom courses include Anatomy, MRI physics, MRI protocols, MRI safety, and IV insertion. Clinical experiences offer interaction with a variety of patient populations including Oncology, Pediatric, In/Out-patient, Critical Care, and Trauma.
At Johns Hopkins and nationwide, MRI technologists are in increasing demand as the field continues to grow.
We are proud to have provided this opportunity to approximately a hundred students over the past fifteen years. Graduates currently average a 99% “PASS” rate of advanced certification in MRI by the ARRT.
- Be a citizen of the United States of America, or a permanent resident (hold a green card)
- Be 18 years old at the time of matriculation
- A non-refundable application fee of $40
- Two letters of recommendation using the provided form in the applications.
- One from a prerequisite professor or instructor, Science and Anatomy preferred
- One from your present employer
- Be ARRT certified in Radiography before January 1st of the class starting year
- Transcripts documenting all post high school education. Foreign transcripts must be evaluated by one of the agencies in the United States that performs academic credential evaluations.
- Please complete the application with required documents and submit to:
Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging
111 Market Place
Baltimore, MD 21202
- Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging
The MRI program is currently accredited by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and Maryland Higher Education.