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Cleveland Clinic School of Diagnostic Imaging

Euclid Hospital Health Center 

Room 306

18901 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid, OH 44119  


For more information contact Gloria Albrecht, MS, RT(R)

216-692-7512 [email protected] or fill out the on-line contact form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions for the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program:

  • How long is the program? 
  • The Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program is  9-12 months in length - depending on the students availability for clinical education.
  • When does the program begin?
  • The program begins mid to late August each year.
  • What are the program pre-requisites?
  • The prerequisite is that you are a registered technologist in radiography, nuclear medicine, or radiation therapy, or be a senior student in one of the aforementioned programs. 
  • How do you select the clinical sites a student will be attending?
  • Each student attends two (2)  clinical sites which are  determined by availability.  
  • What is the deadline for application?
  • Applications will be accepted until program capacity is met.
  • What is the Magnetic Resonance Imaging Program capacity?
  • 25 students. After this capacity is met all remaining applicants will be placed on a waitlist. 
  • What is the acceptance process?
  • The applicants who meet the prerequisites are accepted into the program until we reach capacity.
  • Do I need a college degree to get accepted into the program?
  • No.
  • What is the time commitment for successful completion of the program?
  • Students should expect to perform a minimum of 15 hours per week at a clinical site beginning in January.  The program starts in the Fall semester  Fall classes include Cross-Sectional Anatomy and Pathology and Introduction to MRI, which is an 8 week course. Spring and Summer classes include MRI Physics and clinical. Classes are held 1 day a week for 16 weeks each lasting 3 hours; with the exception of the Introduction classes which is an 8 week course.
  • Do you have weekend or evening program hours?
  • We offer evening and day classes, but not weekend.  We are a post-primary program with some online classes and variable clinical hours. We can offer clinical sites with evening and weekend clinical rotations. 


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