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MIT 103 Introduction to Medical Imaging

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Winter Term Begins
01/06/20

Learn the history and science behind medical imaging in MIT 103, Introduction to Medical Imaging. This is a prerequisite course for MIT programs.

Note: The Medical Imaging Department has five different imaging programs. To be eligible for admission to any of these programs, specific prerequisites must be completed. View Program Selection Criteria and other pertinent application and selection information. Please note, the MIT 103 online course referred to here is available only to students who are not on campus.

Biology 200 Medical Terminology is offered every term and is a required prerequisite for the medical imaging programs.

Intro to Medical Imaging offers an orientation to the art and science of medical imaging. In this course, we discuss history and development of radiologic science, diagnostic medical sonography, vascular technology, nuclear medicine technology, medical ethics, health care industry, related professional organizations, and regulatory agencies.

Please note several important things:

  1. You must take MIT 103 as part of the freshman year prerequisite courses.
    MIT 103 is offered every term. You should take this course if at all possible prior to the spring term before the fall you plan to enroll in the program. (ex: Take before Spring term 2019 for Fall term 2019 program admission.)

  2. These programs are in high demand and waiting until spring term to take MIT 103 presents a risk of the class filling before you can register.
    If you find yourself in this situation, contact Debbie McCollam at debbie.mccollam@oit.edu, but remember, all other prerequisites must also be completed by the end of that spring term for you to be eligible to apply to the program. If you will not complete all by the end of spring, you can postpone MIT 103 until summer or the next academic year.

  3. Admission to the university as a Pre-Medical Imaging student is separate from admission to the MIT program of your choice.
    You may complete MIT 103 as a non-degree seeking student while seeking admission to the university and program for a future term.

Application Process


Full admission to Oregon Tech is not required to complete MIT 103. Financial aid is not offered to non-degree seeking students but a payment plan is available. Follow the steps below to get started:

  1. Submit the Non-Degree Seeking Application. Select Pre-Medical Imaging Online as your major.
  2. Watch for an email from the Online Education office about registration.
  3. Register yourself for classes when registration opens.

Non-degree seeking students do not pay application fees since they are not attending a degree program and are limited to 8 credits per term.

Once registered you are responsible for the tuition and fees. The payment and refund schedule, along with the payment plan application, is located on the Cashier’s Office website. The Academic Calendar details important registration dates and withdraw deadlines.

Coordinate Your Financial Aid

If you are currently attending a community college, you may be able to receive financial aid to cover MIT103 tuition and fees along with your other community college courses. To do so, inquire at your financial aid office regarding a consortium agreement with Oregon Tech. Your financial aid office can assist you in filling out the agreement and sending it to Oregon Tech for completion. Please fax consortium agreements to the Oregon Tech Financial Aid office at 541.885.1024. For additional information, contact the Financial Aid office at dollars@oit.edu or call 541.885.1280.

Winter Term Begins
01/06/20

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Contact

Carl Thomas

Carl Thomas, Regional Recruiter

 Admissions
Contact Carl for application questions.

Oregon Tech Online

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Oregon Institute of Technology
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Klamath Falls, OR 97601

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