Graduate Certificate of Magnetic Resonance Imaging
About this course
With a contemporary and evidence-based curriculum, this course will keep you up-to-date with advanced and rapidly changing technologies in the field. Learning from experienced practitioners and leaders in medical imaging research, you’ll explore MRI and its application to clinical diagnostic imaging, and build to an advanced understanding of MR imaging techniques.
You’ll gain the clinical judgement, decision making and leadership skills to shape your future practice and take the next step in your career – whether that be progressing to a leadership role, engaging in research or developing new career pathways within your workplace.
Delivered fully online, this course is ideally suited for working professionals, offering the quality of a Monash qualification with the flexibility to choose where and when you study.
The Graduate Certificate of Magnetic Resonance Imaging is a 24 credit point course, consisting of four units.
Depending on your prior qualifications, you may be eligible for credit, allowing you to fast-track your studies. Monash Bachelor of Radiography (Honours) graduates can apply for 6 credit points towards the Graduate Certificate of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
You’ll need to have successfully completed an undergraduate degree or a graduate entry masters in either radiography, medical imaging, radiation therapy or a health science discipline leading to appropriate professional recognition or registration.
Alternatively, graduates with a science degree with specialisation in anatomy, physiology or physics; or a biomedical or medical degree may also be eligible.
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
C129, Level 1, 10 Chancellors Walk
CLAYTON, VIC, 3800
Phone: 9902 4041
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Tel: 1800 MONASH (within Australia)