Technology of Radiology & Medical Imaging

Applied Health Sciences Technology

Technology of Radiology & Medical Imaging

Technology of Radiology & Medical Imaging Program

Program Overview

Step-up to a rewarding career in the highly specialized and rapidly growing field of radiation and medical imaging.

As an important first step in diagnosing, treating and managing injuries and disease, you’ll learn how to produce medical images utilizing the latest technology to assist medical practitioners to improve the health and wellbeing of individuals. Upon graduation, you can explore career opportunities in general radiography, angiography, mammography, computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), nuclear medicine and radiotherapy.

As technology continues to develop, radiation and medical imaging technologists’ ability to uncover medical solutions to diseases increases. Additionally, technology development creates a higher demand for professionals with cutting-edge knowledge and skills. Radiologic technologists create images used to diagnose a patient's injury or illness. They use sophisticated equipment to produce radiographic images, or x-rays, of the human body at the request of a physician.

This program at GU aims to prepare national cadres qualified scientifically and practically in the fields of radiology technology. Learners are capable of performing various procedures of radiology and medical imaging of the human body as well as operating with different types of modern equipment to produce high-quality diagnostic images.

With new advances in medical technology and a shortage of the members of healthcare assistants, career opportunities increase for radiologic technologists across the country. A radiology degree creates numerous career opportunities because it deals with patients of all ages. Moreover, you will benefit from the opportunity to practice your skills in Galala University Hospital with simulated labs and develop the practical skills  needed to succeed.

Degree Requirements

To graduate from this program, you need to study the following credit hours:

University Requirement: 20 Credit Hours.

General Field Requirement: 27 Credit Hours.

Major Requirements: 83 Credit Hours.

Total: 130 Credit Hours.

Learning Outcomes

Graduates of this program will possess the following learning outcomes:

  • Define basic medical terminology and physical parameters needed for handling medical imaging instrumentation.
  • Interpret technical factors that cause failure of X- ray devices.
  • Prepare technical reports of the patients’ medical images.
  • Deals with modern techniques and devices that create new images, send pictures to specific places in hospitals, and store and retrieve images to and from dedicated “Picture Archiving and Communication System”.
  • Ensure the quality and efficiency of the images in terms of the quality of photography, printing, preservation and transport.
  • Perform all radiographic examinations using the best techniques and modern protocols for pediatric and adult patients.

Potential Job Opportunities

Radiology & medical imaging technologists are employed in health care facilities including hospitals and clinics, specialized imaging centers, urgent care clinics, physician offices and government offices. Graduates will be working closely with patients and other health professionals to diagnose and manage illnesses and injuries using medical images. Radiology & medical imaging technologists play an important role in medicine and health care, thus contributing significantly to improve community health.

Some job titles include:

  • General Radiographer
  • Chief Radiographer
  • CT Radiographer
  • MRI Radiographer
  • Nuclear medicine radiographer
  • Radiotherapy technologist

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