Radiology is a branch of medicine that uses imaging modalities to diagnose and treat diseases. It can be diagnostic radiology or interventional radiology.
Bachelors in radiologic technology prepare individuals/students to use advanced medical imaging technology to produce images of body for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes.
After completion of degree students will have enough knowledge of human anatomy, patient positioning, examination techniques, equipment management and ability to practice principles of ALARA. Radiologic technologist are personnel who perform diagnostic imaging examinations such as general radiography, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, fluoroscopy, interventional radiology, bone densitometry, sonography etc. Radiologic technologist is responsible for accurate patient positioning and ensuring that a quality diagnostic image is produced. They can
work in assistance with a radiologist. RT’s can further specialize in specific diagnostic imaging area by acquiring advance degree.
- Radiology demonstrator
- Radiation therapist
- MRI technologist
- Nuclear medicine technologist
- Bone densitometry technologist
- CT technologist
- Cardiac interventional technologist
- Vascular interventional technologist
F.Sc (Pre-Med) with 50% Marks or Equivalent (KMU-CAT)
4 years, 8 Semesters
Course Overall Credit hours:
credit Hours (130-136hrs as per HEC Criteria