Where it Can Take You
Many of the examinations and procedures involve working alongside physicians, other technologists, nurses and non-medical personnel. The ability to work closely with others and a demonstrated sense of responsibility are important requirements for an effective magnetic resonance technologist.
For more information about career paths, duties, working conditions and salaries, visit:
- Alberta Occupational Profiles - Magnetic Resonance Technologist
Alberta Wage and Salary Survey - Magnetic Resonance Technologist
What successful grads have to say
Graduate Information & Opportunities
Pre/Post Graduation Affiliation
MRI technologists registered with the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT) can call themselves Registered Technologists - Magnetic Resonance, or use the intitials RTMR. CAMRT certification is recognized across Canada as well as in some other countries.
Continuing your studies
Magnetic Resonance program graduates are eligible for credit toward:
- NAIT, Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management (BTech-TM)
- Athabasca University, Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences
- Thompson Rivers, Bachelor of Health Sciences
- Memorial University of Newfoundland, Bachelor of Technology
- University of New Brunswick, Bachelor of Applied Management
Visit the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists website for further post-graduate information.
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