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ac186bab57 This is accomplished without the use of ionizing radiation. Graduation with employment opportunities in the MRI field. MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING TECHNOLOGY Certificate Program Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a post-associate three-semester degree Certificate Program offered by Galveston College either On-campus (starts in the fall semester only) or online (starts in the fall and in the spring semester). 2. Please note that the application for graduation form is necessary for the College to issue your Certificate even if you decide not to walk for graduation and that you will receive a Certificate only if you successfully complete all the didactic and clinical courses included in the MRI Program (i.e.:)you will not receive a Certificate if you will do your clinical training independently from Galveston College). MyMethodist Email Login Blog Question? Prospective Students Online Students Student Life Professional Development . MISSION It is the mission of the Galveston College Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology Program to provide our students with an affordable, practical and realistic education that equips them with the skills necessary to enter the workforce successfully and to excel in their professional and educational endeavors. Apply to the College and complete the requirements for admission to the College. MRI 4020 Clinical Education I 2 credits .
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