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Medical Imaging Technology Program

The Medical Imaging Technology Program at Indiana University School of Medicine is the oldest radiologic sciences program in Indiana to offer students a Bachelor of Science (BS) degree in medical imaging technology.

This program, which some graduates complete within a year, enables students to gain expertise in several types of clinical imaging, including bone densitometry (BD), cardiac or vascular interventional radiography (CI/VI), computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography (M), echocardiography (RDCS), vascular sonography (RVT), and diagnostic medical sonography (RDMS). Students can choose to specialize in one of these modalities or opt to complete a non-clinical degree entirely online.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the Medical Imaging Technology curriculum, graduates are clinically competent, able to communicate effectively in the healthcare environment, think critically and apply problem-solving skills in the healthcare environment, and qualified to work as advance-practice radiologic technologists.

Application Deadline

Students interested in the Medical Imaging Technology Program are encouraged to apply by November 15, with a rolling admission for non-clinical online applicants.

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Quick Facts

  • Can I complete this program online
    Yes. The Medical Imaging Technology Program is available online in all 50 states for the non-clinical track.
  • How long is the Medical Imaging Technology Program
    The program is 10-16 months.
  • What clinical modalities are offered
    The Medical Imaging Technology Program offers modalities in bone densitometry (BD), cardiac or vascular interventional radiography (CI/VI), computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), mammography (M), echocardiography (RDCS), vascular sonography (RVT) and diagnostic medical sonography (RDMS).

Teaching Faculty

The Medical Imaging Technology Program is one of three undergraduate programs offered by the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences. Learn more about the additional faculty that support these programs.
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Testimonials

Learn how those who have earned undergraduate degrees in medical imaging, nuclear medicine or radiography have excelled in their careers following graduation.
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Program Leadership

Linda A. Cox, MS

Medical Imaging Technology Program Director, Indianapolis

Valerie E. Echeverria, MS

Program Coordinator, Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program, Indianapolis

Debra Patterson, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiologic & Imaging Sciences

Dina M. Peterson, MSED

Assistant Professor of Clinical Radiologic & Imaging Sciences