Overview

The department of radiological sciences offer a Bachelor of Science in radiological sciences program. The program was approved by the Ministry of higher education in 2008 and student admission began in 2009. Most of our graduates will join hospitals as radiological technologist; others may continue to pursue their post graduate studies as well as other careers e.g. radiation protection officer and PACS administrators. It is a four-year taught program in the University plus a year of internship training in clinical setting. The first year of academic study is a preparatory year and from the 2nd to 4th years are studies within the department. Overall, the study plan consists of theoretical and practical sessions. Successful completion of all credit hours leads to the bachelor’s degree. The internship year is a 48-week full-time work in at least two hospitals.

There are two highly distinguishable features in our curriculum; the balance of theoretical and practical courses over the years and the integration of computer science into an otherwise conventional radiological science program. The number of theoretical courses is at maximum at the beginning and it decreases gradually over the years while the number of practical courses reverses this trend. The aim is to provide the students a solid foundation of knowledge upon which their skill can be based. Their skill is further honed and polished during their internship year.

Vision

Aspire education, research and professionalism in Radiological Sciences.

Mission

Providing outstanding education and research in radiological sciences programs with effective community services

Objectives

  • To promote excellence in teaching and students learning.
  • To ensure sufficient infrastructure and resources, and conducive learning environment for effective program delivery.
  • To accomplish excellence in radiological sciences research.
  • To sustain relationship with community through radiological sciences service.

Features

  • The curriculum is academically strong in both the scientific and practical aspects, giving the students the knowledge and experience in order to succeed in their careers.
  • The Department continually hosts workshops and seminars on and off campus during the academic year.
  • Our teaching labs have been specifically designed to replicate clinical laboratories that can be found in any hospital.

Published on: May 14, 2014 - 19:44 pm
Last update on: September 01, 2020 - 09:36 am