The Medical Imaging Technology (MIT) program at Indiana University Kokomo has limited enrollment based on standards set by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology. Admission to the program is very competitive. Applications to the program and/ or completion of the prerequisite courses do not guarantee admission into the professional portion of the program.
To be eligible for admission to Medical Imaging Technology, students must complete a minimum of 90 semester hours including prerequisites.
Applicants will be expected to:
Apply and be admitted to Indiana University Kokomo.
Submit a Medical Imaging Technology Application. This application requires Acrobat Reader.
Provide evidence of registration or registration eligibility with the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). The content section scores MUST be included.
Have maintained a minimum GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale for all radiography courses.
Have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for all clinical radiography related courses.
Have maintained a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 on a 4.0 scale for all course work.
Have maintained a minimum grade of C (2.0) in all stated prerequisite courses. Please see prerequisite course work for complete list.
Complete a program questionnaire.
Pre-select an area of clinical concentration.
Preference is given to applicants who are Indiana residents and/or to applicants who complete the majority of applicable course work at a college or university in Indiana.
Application ProcessApplicants who are currently enrolled in prerequisite courses to satisfy the minimum number of credits may be admitted conditionally.
Non-IU students should follow steps (1-7); IU students follow (3-7)
The Medical Imaging Technology program is a selective program. It is important that you closely follow the application steps and requirements that follow:
1. Complete an application for Indiana University Kokomo in the Office of Admissions.
2. Mail an official transcript from high school / GED scores and previous college to the Admissions Office.
3. Complete the required General Education prerequisites courses.
4. Send an application for the MIT program to the program's office.
5. Meet all physical requirements.
6. Obtain three letters of recommendation. One letter must be from a program official or other instructor.
7. Complete a program questionnaire.
Step 1: Complete Medical Imaging Technology program application.
Step 2: Previous applicants circle and complete details on application.
Step 3: Update all personal information on application.
Step 4: List all previous and current institutions attended. Submit a transcript for each college or university attended except for all campuses of Indiana University .
Step 5: Prerequisite completion Plan – Applicants are required to answer (circle) either "YES" or "NO" to this statement. Applicants answering "NO" must complete the prerequisite plan included within the Application Form.
Step 6: Certification - All applicants are required to submit copies of their ARRT registry scores, ARRT certification with content section scores and any evidence of certification (ARRT, ARDMS etc). Applicants are required to sign the application data sheet signifying they have read all instructions and understand the requirements necessary for their application to be considered by the program.
Step 7: Criminal History Disclosure – Health care institutions may require a criminal history background check on all employees and persons who provide direct patient care.
You are required to send the program a criminal history disclosure report (see Instructions). Please include all criminal offenses (i.e. felonies and misdemeanors as well as non-criminal offenses.)
Applicants are not required to disclose such information on the application form. Instead, please provide a typed statement of explanation, giving full details, including the facts and the disposition of the case(s). This information should be submitted separately. If such a previous criminal history exists, the school's program director will confidentially discuss the information presented with the Division Chair. This action is intended to ensure that the applicant's previous criminal history will not cause the applicant difficulty in obtaining a licensure or certification in their intended core choice. The applicant may be required to contact certifying and licensure organizations for a letter of clarification before entry into the core courses of the Medical Imaging Technology degree program. The Radiologic Science programs reserves the right to require a full criminal history report be submitted by the applicant as part of the review process.
Applicants are responsible for maintaining a receipt certifying that the letter has been received by the Division of Allied Health Sciences. The cost of this screening is the responsibility of the applicant.
- Applicants already admitted to Indiana University should submit a Medical Imaging Technology application to the Office of Allied Health Sciences with copies of transcripts of all post-secondary education other than IU attached.
- Applications are subject to review by the Radiologic Sciences faculty and selection committee. Medical Imaging Technology applications are available through the Allied Health Sciences office, Hunt Hall, Room 106.
- Applications should be completed and returned with appropriate transcripts. All applications and transcripts must be filed on or before December 1 of the year of anticipated admission.
Individuals interested in being admitted to one of the Radiologic Technology programs should contact the program of interest annually for an update of admission criteria.
- The application is revised each summer. Applicants must obtain an application for the year in which they wish to apply.
- Applicants should check the current school application for the deadlines for submission.
- Students who have been convicted of a misdemeanor (not a moving traffic violation) or felony may be unable to obtain appropriate credentials to practice in some disciplines. Contact the ARRT or ARDMS for further information.
- A student whose name appears on the State of Indiana's Sex Offenders Registry will not be allowed to pursue admission to any program in the Radiologic Technology Professions Programs.
- Grades earned in remedial courses may be utilized differently by programs to calculate the competitive grade point average.
Selection into the professional component of the program is determined by the following criteria:
- Overall grade point average (GPA)—all grades received from an approved, accredited college will be used and converted to a scale based on an "A" equal to 4.0. A minimum of 2.7 is necessary for consideration
- Have maintained a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for all clinically related courses
- All prerequisites must be taken before entering the core courses of the program. If a student is selected to the program and fails to meet all pre-qualifying prerequisites he/she will be withdrawn from the program
- Complete program questionnaire/essay
- The number of credit hours completed at university/college at grade "C" or higher
- The number of credit hours completed at Indiana University Kokomo at "C" or higher
- Documentation of advanced certification in an advanced modality
- Documented certification in radiography (ARRT etc.) with content section scores
- Reapplication by students previously denied admission
In the event of a tie, the candidate with the greatest number of courses taken at Indiana University Kokomo at a grade of "C" or above will be given preference.
Those accepted into the professional component of the Medical Imaging Technology Program must complete a health and immunization record form provided by the program. Any costs associated with the physical exam and immunizations are the responsibility of the student. Accepted students must also submit to a TB skin test and a Rubella Titer administered within three months of the start of the clinical experience. Hepatitis "B" surface antibody series is recommended, but remains optional. Current CPR certification is also required.
Program information will be sent to students via the U.S. Postal Service and e-mail. It is the responsibility of the student to follow-up on his/her application and on the selection progress. Please notify the program office of changes in your address, phone number or e-mail address. Please address question to the Allied Health offices (Hunt Hall 106) at (765) 455-9490 or e-mail if you have questions.