Health Professions Program

Medical Imaging Technology Curriculum

Courses for the Medical Imaging Technology Program at Indiana University School of Medicine are sequential and therefore must be taken in the order specified by the program faculty.

Students are admitted into a specific track: MRI, CT, IR/CC, Mammo, DMS (ultrasound), or Non-Clinical; please note the curricular differences.

Senior (MRI)

Fall SemesterCourseCredits
Multiplanar Anatomy for MITRADI-R404

3.0 

Medical Imaging Technology Project IRADI-R456

3.0 

MRI Principles and Procedures IRADI-R464

3.0 

Clinical Practicum: MRIRADI-R483

3.0

Total

15.0 

Spring SemesterCourse

Credits

Medical Imaging ApplicationsRADI-R452

3.0 

Medical Imaging Technology Project II RADI-R457

3.0 

MRI Principles and Procedures IIRADI-R465

3.0 

Clinical Practicum: MRIRADI-R483

6.0 

Total

15.0 

MRI Program Total

30.0 

Senior (CT)

Fall SemesterCourseCredits
Multiplanar Anatomy for MITRADI-R404

3.0 

Medical Imaging Technology Project IRADI-R456

3.0 

CT Principles and Procedures IRADI-R466

3.0 

Clinical Practicum: CTRADI-R482
Total

15.0 

Spring SemesterCourse

Credits

Medical Imaging ApplicationsRADI-R452

3.0 

Medical Imaging Technology Project II RADI-R457

3.0 

CT Principles and Procedures IIRADI-R467

3.0 

Clinical Practicum: CTRADI-R482

6.0 

Total

15.0 

CT Program Total

30.0  

Senior (IR/CC)

Fall SemesterCourse

Credits

Multiplanar Anatomy for MITRADI-R404

3.0 

Medical Imaging Technology Project IRADI-R456

3.0 

Intro to Rad and Cardiac Cath IRADI-R468

3.0 

Clinical Practicum: IR/CTRADI-R481

6.0 

Total

15.0 

Spring SemesterCourse

Credits

Medical Imaging ApplicationsRADI-R452

3.0 

Medical Imaging Technology Project II RADI-R457

3.0 

Intro to Rad and Cardiac Cath IIRADI-R469

3.0 

Clinical Practicum: IR/CCRADI-R481

6.0 

Total

15.0 

IR/CC Program Total30.0 

Senior (Mammo)

Fall SemesterCourse

Credits

Multiplanar Anatomy for MITRADI-R404

3.0

Medical Imaging Technology Project IRADI-R456

3.0

Mammography Principles & Procedures IRADI-R470

3.0

Clinical Practicum: MammographyRADI-R408

6.0

Total

15.0

Spring SemesterCourse

Credits

Medical Imaging ApplicationsRADI-R452

3.0

Medical Imaging Technology Project IIRADI-R457

3.0

Mammography Principles & Procedures IIRADI-R471

3.0

Clinical Practicum: MammographyRADI-R408

6.0

Total

15.0

Mammo Program Total

30.0

Senior (DMS)

Year One
Summer Session IICourse

Credits

Introduction to DMS LabRADI-R 361

3.0 cr

DMS Clinical ObservationRADI-R 380

1.0 cr

Introduction to MIT ProjectsRADI-R 455

2.0 cr

Total

6.0 cr

Fall SemesterCourse

Credits

Principles of DMSRADI-R 351

4.0 cr

DMS Lab IRADI-R 362

3.0 cr

Clinical Practicum: DMS IRADI-R 381

3.0 cr

Ultrasound Physics IRADI-R 434

3.0 cr

Total

13.0 cr

Spring SemesterCourse

Credits

Principles of DMS IIRADI-R 352

4.0 cr

DMS Lab IIRADI-R 363

3.0 cr

Clinical Practicum: DMS IIRADI-R 382

3.0 cr

Ultrasound Physics IIRADI-R 435

3.0 cr

Total

13.0 cr

Year Two
Summer Session IICourse

Credits

DMS Lab IIIRADI-R 461

2.0 cr

Clinical Practicum: DMS IIIRADI-R 484

4.0 cr

Total

6.0 cr

Fall SemesterCourse

Credits

DMS Lab IVRADI-R 462

2.0 cr

Clinical Practicum: DMS IVRADI-R 485

6.0 cr

Total

8.0 cr

Ultrasound Program Total

46.0 cr

Senior (Non-Clinical)

A part-time schedule for students in the non-clinical track is also available. Information is available through the program coordinator on scheduling options as well as non-clinical track special credit and elective options that can fulfill program requirements.
 

Fall SemesterCourse

Credits

Multiplanar Anatomy for MITRADI-R 404

3.0 cr

Medical Imaging Theory IRADI-R 451

3.0 cr

Medical Imaging Technology Project IRADI-R 456

3.0 cr

Special Credit or Upper-Level Electives

6.0 cr

Total

15.0 cr

Spring SemesterCourse

Credits

Medical Imaging ApplicationsRADI-R 452

3.0 cr

Medical Imaging Theory IIRADI-R 453

3.0 cr

Medical Imaging Technology Project IIRADI-R 457

3.0 cr

Special Credit or Upper-Level Electives

6.0 cr

Total

15.0 cr

Non-Clinical Program Total*

30.0 cr

Awards

Program faculty recommends graduating students with superior academic performance for degrees awarded with distinction according to the Indiana University policy. Students with outstanding academic and clinical achievement during the professional program may be recognized by the program at the time of graduation.

Graduation Requirements

To qualify for graduation, Medical Imaging Technology students must complete 120 credit hours of coursework All course work must be completed in compliance with the program’s and school’s academic and professional policies.