Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Please note that this course is still being offered online in real time using Zoom on the same days and times listed in the schedule of classes. Instructions for taking the course online will be sent to you by the instructor before the course begins.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program: Registry Prep and Review
The goal of the program is to prepare Radiologic Technologists, Nuclear Medicine Technologists, Radiation Therapy Technologists and other Licensed Imaging Technologists to sit for and pass the ARRT exam in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Course curricula and clinical competency (at your place of employment or clinical affiliate) follow the guidelines established by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Course Objective - The objective of this ASRT approved 87.5 CEU Category A credit course is to prepare certified technologists for the successful completion of the post primary examination in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). The curriculum has been developed to provide the student with the cognitive skills necessary for entry-level technologists to practice in the field of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Part I of the course will include: Basic Physics of Magnetism, Image Formation, Pulse Sequences, and Equipment operations. Part II of the course will include: Patient care, MRI safety, Cross-sectional anatomy, data acquisition, image display and post processing of all imaging procedures, quality control, informatics, contrast media, and MRI Artifacts. Students are required to pass the program with a minimum of a 75% grade point average and will receive the ASRT approved 87.5 CEU credits if they attend the entire didactic program. Attendance is mandatory for CEU credits. To qualify and complete all of the board requirements, Students will be required to meet all supervised clinical competency standards (at participating facilities or at your own place of employment) to be eligible for the ARRT exam. These clinical requirements can be achieved in concert or after the didactic course.
The didactic course will be taught Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30-9:30pm, every Spring semester following the Molloy College 14-week academic schedule at Molloy's Rockville Centre campus. Textbooks are highly recommended.
Eric Lobel, LRT- ARRT. (R) (CT)
Frank Cairo, L.R.T. (R) (CT) (MR)
Marc Fischer, MBA, LRT, CNMT, RT(N): Administrator
- Applicant must be registered by the ARRT or NMTCB in Radiography, Nuclear Medicine or Radiation Therapy and maintain a Current NYS license. Other Licensed or Registered Imaging Technologists may also participate in the course.
- Recent physical exam with updated immunizations (if utilizing an affiliate of Molloy College for clinical training)
- Malpractice insurance required (for clinical other than your own facility)
Didactic Lectures: $2500
Application for Admission and Registration Process:
Please click here to download an application or call 516-323-3558 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be notified of your admission status to the course within 2 weeks of the receipt of your application. If you are accepted into the program you will be required to make a tuition deposit of $1,000 towards the total tuition of $2,500 within two weeks of your acceptance. The balance is due two weeks prior to the start of the course. A refund of the deposit will be made only if written notification of withdrawal is made 2 weeks prior to the start of the program. After this date your deposit will not be returned.
If you have any questions concerning the application or registration process, please call Molloy College Continuing Education and Professional Development at (516) 323-3558 or (516)-323-3550.
Course Number: MRI-1000
Section A Rockville Centre Campus
Lectures: Tuesdays and Thursdays
January 16-May 10. 2018; 6:30-9:30 p.m.
Clinical schedule TBA