CT Brochure | MRI Brochure
CT Distance Education
Loma Linda University currently offers the computed tomography certificate in the Fresno area. The distance education utilizes clinical sites near Fresno coupled with telecommunication technology, allowing students the ability to participate virtually in the Loma Linda courses.
For information about CT in Fresno, contact the Program Coordinator, Terri Mosley.
A minimum of twelve (12) hours of career observation is required per modality.
Total Hour Requirements:
• CT Only – 12 hours
• MRI Only – 12 Hours
• CT/MRI Combined – 24 hours (12 hours in each modality).
School of Allied Health Professions Admissions Information including online application.
Applications for CT and MRI open January 1st. The first deadline is May 1st for all program options. After the May 1st deadline, LLU will continue to accept applications for the MRI-only applicants until Dec 1st.
MRI-only applicants should keep in mind that applicants before May 1st will have interview and acceptance priority. Applicants applying to the MRI program between May 2nd and Dec 1st will be interviewed and accepted based upon remaining program capacity.
Initial Interviews (for January 1st through May 1st applicants) are conducted in June. All applicants will be interviewed by the program director and representatives of the School of Allied Health Professions. If you reside in Southern California you should plan for a personal interview. You will be notified by phone or e-mail of your interview date and time. Due to the limited number of interview dates/times, you will be assigned an interview slot, and you should plan around your interview as alternate dates/times are not available.
Interviews for MRI applicants who apply between May 2nd and Dec 1st will be held in January.
The interviews are rated in the following four areas:
Selection of Applicants
After all applicants have been interviewed, the selection committee for the program meets to make the final selections. Selections are usually decided by the end of June (for January 1st through May 1st applicants) and confirmation of each decision is mailed to the respective applicant from the Office of Admissions for the School of Allied Health Professions. May 2nd through Dec 1st applicants will be notified in the middle of January.
The Special Imaging program is full-time for each quarter. The cost for the program is subject to change. Since this is a certificate program through the School of Allied Health Professions, financial aid is not available for the CT or MRI certificate programs. Please contact the Student Financial Aid Office at (909) 558-4509 if you have specific questions.
This program qualifies for VA tuition benefits. Visit: http://www.gibill.va.gov for details
Estimated Program Cost Sheet
Students are required to have a background check. This will be performed by Loma Linda upon admission to the program. The cost of the background check is the student's responsibility.
Access our course schedules by choosing the special imaging program and quarter of choice.
Kate Cockrill, BA, RT (R) (MR)
Special Imaging Program Director
Loma Linda University
School of Allied Health Professions
Department of Radiation Technology
Loma Linda CA 92350