Advanced Medical Imaging Technology
The following curriculum sheets indicate the most current program requirements. Before using the following curriculum sheets, it is essential that you meet with an academic advisor to ensure that you follow the appropriate curriculum and are aware of potential curricular changes.
CAHS Academic Advising
The first two years of the program are designated as the General Education Curriculum and the second two years of the degree are designated as the Professional Education Curriculum.
Students must apply for the Professional Education Curriculum during Fall Semester of the year they are completing their General Education Curriculum. This would be during the sophomore year of a student following a traditional, full-time curriculum plan.
Acceptance into the Professional Education Curriculum is competitive.
Students may request an application by contacting the Advanced Medical Imaging Technology program office at (513) 558-2018.
AMIT Semester Curriculum(PDF)
AMIT Curriculum Notes (PDF)
MRI Mission Statement & Outcomes (PDF)
Program Outcomes Data
AMIT Program Outcomes 2010-2015 (PDF)
MRI Program Effectiveness Data 2010-2015 (PDF)
Nuclear Medicine Graduate Outcomes 2011-2015 (PDF)
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT)
Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology (JRCNMT)
- The JRCNMT evaluates programs using nationally-recognized standards, ensuring quality educational programs.
- The AMIT Nuclear Medicine program is currently accredited by the JRCNMT, the next program review is scheduled for 2019.