Certificate in Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Entry level students in their fourth year, and post-diploma students, or School of Health Sciences Alumni in Diagnostic Medical Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine Technology and Radiological Technology may elect to complete a 27 credit hour Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Certificate. Entry level students who pursue the MRI certificate will complete courses/credit hours in addition to their normal degree requirements. (Entry level students in NUMT and RADT will complete 12 credit hours beyond the degree requirement and DMUT students will complete three credit hours beyond the degree requirement.) 

 The 27 credit hour certificate program requires successful completion of:

Clinical Requirements

Clinical site criteria must be met as a requirement of admission. Students enrolled in this program must meet School pre-enrollment and clinical requirements.


Upon approval from the MRI Advisor/Admissions committee, students must enrol in the Certificate in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.  To enrol, students must declare the certificate through Dal Online (https://dalonline.dal.ca > Web for Students > Admissions > Declare Major/Minor/Certificate).  To graduate with the Certificate, students must apply to graduate with a Certificate per the timelines determined by the Registrar's Office. 

Alumni applicants not currently enrolled with Dalhousie are also required to submit an application for admission to the University as a “Special Undergraduate” before declaring the certificate through DalOnline.

Please contact the School of Health Sciences' MRI advisor for more information regarding the MRI certificate program.