The Medical Imaging Technology Programmatic Application will open spring term.
The Department of Medical Imaging Technology (MIT) offers bachelor’s degrees in five professional programs which encompass the spectrum of imaging sciences. The curriculum of each bachelor’s degree program provides the technical, scientific, and communication skills essential for the application of learned concepts. Each program prepares students for their final eleven-month clinical externship at one of the many affiliated healthcare facilities, maximizing the application of learning in the classroom to their field of study.
Medical Imaging Programs
- All B.S. degree programs
- All have the same Pre-MIT year
- All have an 11 month externship
Programs in Klamath Falls
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
This is a medical imaging modality that uses ultrasound technology to diagnose pathology and facilitate treatment, including obstetric visualization.
This is a modality that uses ultrasound to visualize cardiac function and pathology.
Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology
This modality focuses on visualizing physiologic and pathologic processes using radioisotope tracers.
This modality uses x-ray technology to visualize anatomic structure and pathology.
This modality uses ultrasound and other physiologic assessment techniques to investigate blood vessel function and pathology.
Medical Imaging Technology students with an interest and aptitude in computer science have a unique opportunity at Oregon Tech to earn a specialization in Picture Archiving and Communication Systems (PACS).
For certified and registered technologists, already working in their current field, Oregon Tech Online offers the opportunity to complete a bachelor's degree in four of the professional program.
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography
- Radiologic Science (Current Students Only)
- Vascular Technology
The MIT Department also offers a Master of Science in Allied Health specializing in Healthcare Leadership through Oregon Tech Online
Professional Societies and Registries
- American Society of Echocardiography (ASE)
- American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS)
- American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
- American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)
- Society for Vascular Ultrasound (SVU)
- Jobs for Radiologic Science Students - AfterCollege Job Resource Center
- ACERT: Student Poster Competition information
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Selection questions, Contact
The departmental faculty advise students. View the list of academic advisors.
If a student is unsure who their assigned academic advisor is, please contact the department chairperson or the Academic Advising office below.
|Degree Program||Employed||Continuing Education||Not Looking||Success Rate||Starting Median Salary|
|Diagnostic Medical Sonography||97%||97%||$70,000|
|Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology||98%||6%||97%||$89,910|
Among those awarded MIT degrees 2017-2019. For more information, see Oregon Tech's Graduate Success.