A new program in the health sciences is being unveiled at Owens Community College. Students will be able to pursue a career as a magnetic resonance technician, beginning with the summer semester of this year.
The two-year associates degree program recently received formal approval by the Ohio Board of Regents.
This degree for magnetic resonance will require about 73 credit hours of coursework, and a curriculum that includes care and safety of patients, medical information forms, medications used in this technology, and more. Clinical experience is also part of the degree program.