If you strive to help others live their best lives, earn your Bachelor of Science in Medical Imaging Technology from Indiana University Kokomo to accomplish these goals. While studying, you’ll get hands-on experience and real-world application of skills as you earn your degree!
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MIT, radiography students race to knowledge
Who was born in a lightning storm, was a rival to Thomas Edison, and discovered the rotating magnetic field, which led to the development of the modern MRI? If you knew the answer was Nikola Tesla, you would be well on your way to winning the “Rad Races” at Indiana University Kokomo.Zoom into the story
Students gain hands-on prenatal ultrasound experience
As a future ultrasound technologist, Rachel Curry says there’s nothing quite like getting that first glimpse of a developing baby. While she’s still deciding between vascular and obstetrical (OB) ultrasound as her career field, “I think OB and working with babies is where my heart is,” she said.Get a closer look
College degrees key to family dreams for radiography graduate
Someday soon, Leon Babb plans to work for Veteran’s Affairs (VA) as a medical imaging technologist, while his wife, Alexius Babb, is a psychologist for the VA, or has her own private practice. He’s taking one more step toward making their plan a reality, completing an Associate of Science in Radiography from Indiana University Kokomo.Read Leon’s story