Student Experience

Wondering what it's like to be a student in the Advanced Medical Imaging Technology Program here at the University of Cincinnati? As a student in this cutting-edge program, you'll be equipped with the knowledge, tools, hands-on experience, and community engagement needed to excel. Learn what opportunities are available to you as you embark on your unique undergraduate experience. 

Student Perspective

Hi, I'm Hend Halabi!   

Hend Halabi, AMIT Student, wears graduate clothes

Hend Halabi, 4th year, AMIT Student

I am in my 4th year in the AMIT program. I chose the AMIT program because of the hands-on experience we get by working with patients and the cameras. I always knew I wanted to be in healthcare and after shadowing and talking to AMIT alumni I knew this was the right field for me!

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Getting Involved 

Make the most out of your college journey by getting involved on campus! There's no better way to enrich your experience and create lasting memories than by actively participating in student organizations, clubs, and events. Involvement on campus offers a myriad of benefits that go beyond the classroom such as personal development, community building, networking opportunities, and educational enrichment. 

Advanced Medical Imaging Technology (AMIT) Student Organization

AMIT Students at the SNMMI conference

AMIT Students at the SNMMI conference

The AMIT Student Organization meets on a monthly basis. Membership can be extended to all UC students. Students in the AMIT Student Organization can expect to

  • learn more about medical imaging
  • network with fellow students 
  • open avenues of education. 

The University of Cincinnati is home to over 600 student organizations! Find one that is right for you. Click the button below for a comprehensive list of all that UC has to offer.    

Program Outcomes

Outcome Rate

After completing their undergraduate degree in Advanced Medical Imaging Technology, 6.67% of students continue their education and 93.33% find employment.

Top Employers

The Advanced Medical Imaging Technology (AMIT) program equips students with the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies to work in two medical modalities. Graduates of the AMIT Program predominantly find employment at:
  1. Bon Secours Mercy Health
  2. Children’s Hospital Medical Center
  3. Pro Scan Open MRI East Ltd
  4. University of Cincinnati Medical Center
  5. Trihealth 

Average Starting Salary 

The average salary of graduates of the University of Cincinnati's Advanced Medical Imaging Technology program is $67,363 annually. 

Dual Modality 

Graduates of the University of Cincinnati's Advanced Medical Imaging Technology program are prepared for rewarding careers in not one, but two essential medical modalities. This innovative program provides students with a unique opportunity to attain credentials in both Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Medicine Technology, all while earning their bachelor's degree. This comprehensive approach not only expands their knowledge base but also opens up a broader spectrum of job opportunities and enhances the flexibility of our alumni. 

Success Resources 

Photographed University Cincinnati students, faculty for marketing promos for CAHS Thursday March 30, 2023 at College of Allied Health Sciences. Photo by Joseph Fuqua II

Anastasia Russell, Dani Ameh, and Kaleb Gerken (right to left)

Every student's educational journey is unique. Together with the University of Cincinnati's centralized programs and resources, The College of Allied Health Sciences provides a wide range of solution-based services, intended to remove obstacles and clear your path to sucsess.    

In the News


5 tips for a successful semester

January 16, 2024

Ronay Lions, success coach in the College of Allied Health Sciences, offers five practical ways students can achieve their goals this semester and beyond.


Supporting the holistic student

April 28, 2023

Christy Wolfram, is the first embedded clinician within the College of Allied Health Sciences and the College of Pharmacy. She joins the University of Cincinnati's efforts to better support the holistic student. Wolfram aims to provide solution-focused counseling services to the students of CAHS.

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