Frequently Asked Questions
For the admission into the program, what are the requirements?
Click on the link for more info: Admission Requirements.
I have a foreign degree/diploma. Do I need to have it evaluated?
Yes, please find more info in Foreign Transcript/Diploma Evaluations policy in Catalog and Addendum.
When is the application deadline?
Our program reviews and accepts applications year-round. Once the program has reached its capacity for a specific start date, we enroll applicants into the next available program start date.
How many program start dates are there per year?
There is 1 program start date per year.
What does the entrance exam consist of?
Click on the link for more info: SLE exam.
I have a medical degree. Am I still required to take the entrance exam?
Yes. All applicants regardless of degree or background must pass the entrance exam prior to admission into the program.
Are there any prerequisite classes I need to take before I start the program?
No. You don’t need to take any prerequisite courses.
What is the length of the program?
Click on the link for more details: Program Length and Schedule.
Is the program accredited?
Click on the link to learn more about Accreditation.
- Is it a full time program?
Do you offer night classes?
What happens if I fail the module? Will I be expelled from the program?
Please find more info about Remediation in our Catalog and Addendum.
Where can I find more details about the program and admissions?
More information can be provided by contacting the Admissions Department.
Do I have to find my own internship?
No, an internship will be provided for all of our students.
Are the internships paid positions?
No, all internships are unpaid.
How much does the program cost?
For a cost breakdown, please see Program Fees section.
Can I obtain financial aid?
Financial Aid is available for those who qualify. Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts participates in various federal and state student financial assistance programs. Please see the Financial Aid section for more information.
Once I graduate from the program, will I be getting a degree or diploma?
A.S. in MRI program is an Associate of Science degree program.
Do I have to pass any exams after I finish the program in order to work as an MRI Technologist?
Please find more info in Licensure, Certification and Registry Disclaimer policy in our Catalog and Addendum.
Will the program prepare me to pass the ARMRIT exam?
ARMRIT test preparation is strongly emphasized throughout our students’ entire curriculum at Gurnick Academy.
How can I get more information about ARMRIT exam?
Please visit www.armrit.org for more information about this organization and certification exam.
Do you offer job placement?
We may assist with job placements for all students who successfully complete the program. However, we cannot guarantee employment.