Department of Radiography & Radiotherapy

Faculty of Allied Health Sciences


Undergraduate Courses


COURSE SUMMARY


Radiographers work in clinical environments using radiation based imaging and therapeutic modalities. This demanding, technical and scientific discipline requires good personal qualities and in return offers a flexible, professional career with a very high level of job satisfaction. Radiography is a career suited to people with an interest in the application of science and technology in a clinical environment.
The aim of the course is to enable the student, through a mix of theoretical and practice-based modules, to become compassionate, caring, competent and critically aware graduate nurses.


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JOB PROSPECTS

  • Postgraduate training opportunities locally and abroad
  • Research opportunities locally and abroad
  • Academic positions in Universities, other teaching Institutions, public and private sectors both local and foreign
  • Managerial positions in public and private Institutions
  • Running a private radiography/radiotherapy service under supervision
  • To work in the government and private sector as a specialized radiotherapist / Radiographer
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