Bachelor of Diagnostic Imaging & Radiotherapy with Honours

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Introduction

The program takes (4) years. It includes two (2) disciplines of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy. Diagnostic Imaging is a method for examining and identifying the structure and function of organs in the human body through image production. Images are produced through the use of various modalities such as general radiography, computerized tomography (CT) imaging, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound imaging and radionuclide imaging. Radiotherapy is also associated with the treatment of diseases especially cancer, using ionizing radiation such as X-rays, gamma rays and electron beam. Radiotherapy uses many types of equipment such as cobalt-60 telescope unit equipment and linear accelerators.

Objectives

  • To produce knowledgeable and skilled graduates in the field of Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy who can serve as members of a professional and ethical health team.
  • Download the Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy brochures HERE.
  • Download the Diagnostic & Radiotherapy Imaging Program Graduate Guidebook here Diagnostic and Radiotherapy Imaging Session 20192020