MRI Technician School
Looking to become a certified MRI Technician? It is important to know that to become a MRI Technologist, you must first be a registered ARRT Radiologic Technologist (RT) followed by enrollment in an ARRT-approved post primary structured education in MRI and must successfully complete MRI Clinical Requirements.
Online MRI & CT Clinical Training
According to the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), radiologic technologists must complete clinical requirements to become eligible to sit for ARRT registry exams. Pulse Radiology makes this conveniently accessible by offering MRI and CT clinical training at affiliate locations.
The Pulse Radiology MRI Certification Program is an online 14-week program to help radiologic technologists learn ARRT MRI Structured Education to sit confidently for the MRI registry. What else? All radiologic technologists receive personalized clinical MRI training at top-rated affiliate locations in New York, California, Arizona, Massachusetts, Florida, Nevada, Texas & over 30 more states across the United States to fortify your success.
The Pulse Radiology Computed Tomography (CT) Training 14-week program helps radiologic technologists learn fundamental ARRT Computed Tomography Structured Education and receive clinical CT scan training at affiliate locations in New York, California, Florida, Texas, Virginia, Nevada, Georgia & over 30 more states across the United States. This course will provide you with the knowledge to pass your CT registry.
The Pulse Radiology Mammography Program introduces and educates radiologic technologists in patient care, image production, and procedures. The program provides a comprehensive review of diagnostic, mammography screening, and mammography 3D and satisfies specific requirements outlined by the FDA through MQSA guidelines. There is currently a high demand for certified mammography technologists in the United States.
All-Inclusive Online ARRT Structured Education Programs
Are you looking to become an MRI, CT, or Mammography Technologist? Pulse Radiology is the #1 National Provider of Online MRI, CT, and Mammography Structured Education. Our programs are approved to fulfill the ARRT Structured Education requirements and approved by the ASRT for 25+ Category A CE Credits. Pulse Radiology provides the ability to advance your career in the field of radiology from a radiologic technologist to an advanced certified technologist in 14 weeks with Pulse Radiology ARRT-approved MRI, CT, and Mammography courses with clinical training in 30+ states nationwide. Pulse Radiology’s online MRI, CT and Mammography programs allow you to prepare without going to a physical classroom!
The Pulse Radiology CE Membership is a continuing education (“CE”) platform that allows licensed radiologic technologists, MRI technologists, CT technologists, radiation therapists, nuclear medicine technologists, sonographers and radiology students to develop new skills and earn CE credits for their ARRT® biennium requirements. As a member, you also have exclusive invitations to our monthly webinars hosted by passionate leaders in radiology and job board.
Are you currently not a radiologic technologist and are looking to become an MRI Technologist? We are now offering an eighteen (18) month online degree in science with a focus in Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The curriculum encompasses a comprehensive and robust illustration of MRI fundamentals and advanced imaging techniques and is hosted through our Canvas LMS. This program can help anyone who is not a radiologic technologist earn your MRI certification.
Are you currently looking to enter the field of MRI as a non-healthcare professional? We are now offering an eighteen (18) month online degree in science focusing on Magnetic Resonance Imaging. The curriculum encompasses a comprehensive and robust illustration of MRI fundamentals and advanced imaging techniques and is hosted through our Canvas LMS. All students will participate in remote scanning lab requirements through the Philips Remote Operation Command Center (ROCC).