Magnetic Resonance Imaging
The Magnetic Resonance Imaging diploma prepares students to visualize cross-sectional anatomical structures and aid physicians in the demonstration of pathologies and disease processes. Coursework (including academic and clinic studies) prepares the technologist to provide patient care, perform studies using specialized imaging equipment, communicate professionally, and provide quality assurance in scheduled and emergency procedures. Students applying for this diploma must be registered (or registry-eligible) as radiologic technologists, nuclear medicine technologists, sonographers, or radiation therapists by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Perry Health Sciences Admissions
All applicants must complete the following requirements:
Complete the NC RESIDENCY DETERMINATION INTERVIEW.
A residency determination will be provided within 3 business days of completion. For more information regarding residency, visit: https://ncresidency.cfnc.org/
Complete the Wake Tech Community College Application for Admission.
Provide official transcripts (in a sealed envelope) of ALL previous education, including high school or GED scores and college transcripts if applicable. Applications will not be processed until ALL transcripts have been received. Applicants can send a Request for High School or Prior College Transcript form to schools they have attended and have their transcripts sent directly to Wake Tech. Faxed or opened transcripts are not official and will not be accepted. High school transcripts must be complete and must show the date of graduation. Applicants may call the Student Information Center at 919-866-5500 to see if transcripts have been received.
Have graduated (or be ready to graduate) from an accredited Radiography program and be ARRT-registered (or registry-eligible) prior to entering the MRI program; final transcripts verifying graduation are required.
Submit a copy of current ARRT card; or
Submit a letter from the department head of the imaging program in which you are currently enrolled, verifying that you are in good academic standing. You must in at least the 4th semester of a 5-semester program and must show evidence of ARRT registration within one month of the start date of the MRI program.
Submit a copy of current CPR card.
Complete ALL of the above-listed admissions requirements and submit the Satisfaction of Admissions Requirements checklist by the required deadline.
Note: Wake Tech Community College is continuously evaluating admissions procedures and reserves the right to make changes as necessary.