Medical & Health Sciences

BACHELOR OF MEDICAL IMAGING & RADIOTHERAPY

R2/725/6/0055
(A9993) 09/19

 
 

About this Course

This programme seeks to provide students with the skills to facilitate the operations and management of medical imaging devices such as Computed Tomography (X-rays), ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machines to create diagnostic images for analysis and interpretation.

What Will You Learn

  • You’ll be the one interpreting images and films of x-rays and CT scans. To ensure that any shortfall is recognised and addressed appropriately, you'll need a sharp eye for even the smallest irregularity.
  • While radio imaging may appear to be a less demanding degree than medicine, you will still be needed to understand the principles of anatomy and perform shifts in the early morning hours.
  • When you may be relatively alone in a room at times while the imaging is being performed, you will have to collaborate with doctors who may hold opposing views in order to identify the best possible approach of treating the patient.

Career Prospect

  • Radiographer
  • Radiation Therapist
  • Scientific Officer
  • Radiation Protection Officer
  • Application Specialist
  • Clinical Instructor

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Course structure

Year 1
  • General Physics
  • Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Behavioral Science
  • Radiation Physics
  • General Pharmacology
  • Human Radiation Biology
  • Professional Ethics And Patient Care
  • English For Academic Enrichment
  • Anatomy & Physiology II
  • Basic Pathology
  • Radiation Safety
  • Radiographic Instrumentation
  • Radiotherapy Instrumentation
  • Computing And Medical Informatics
  • Tamadun Islam Dan Tamadun Asia
  • Hubungan Etnik
Year 2
  • Systemic Pathology
  • Conventional Imaging Process
  • Radiographic Technique I
  • Oncology I
  • Radiotherapy Treatment Planning
  • Sectional Anatomy
  • Malaysia Government And Public Policy
  • Radiographic Anatomy And Critique
  • Radiographic Technique II
  • Oncology II
  • Radiotherapy Technique I
  • Radiotherapy Clinical Practice I
  • Medical Imaging Clinical Practice I
  • Leadership And Development
  • Specialized Radiographic Technique
Year 3
  • Computed Tomography
  • Ultrasound
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Radiotherapy Technique II
  • Medical Imaging Clinical Practice II
  • Radiotherapy Clinical Practice II
  • Amunited 2
  • Biostatistics And Research Methodology
  • Radionuclide Imaging
  • Digital Imaging Process
  • Specialised Radiotherapy
  • Brachytherapy
  • Medical Imaging Clinical Practice III
  • Radiotherapy Clinical Practice III
Year 4
  • Healthcare Management
  • Medical Imaging Clinical Practice IV
  • Radiotherapy Clinical Practice IV
  • Medical Imaging Clinical Practice V
  • Radiotherapy Clinical Practice V
  • Research Project
 

Entry Requirement

  • Pass Matriculation / Pre-University/STPM programme or equivalent qualification with minimum GPA 2.33 in TWO of the following subjects: Biology, Physics/Mathematics or Chemistry.; or
  • A-Level programme or equivalent qualification with minimum Grade D in TWO of the following subjects: Biology, Physics/Mathematics or Chemistry.
  • Recognised Diploma with minimum CGPA of 2.75 in related field; OR
  • Recognised Diploma with CGPA below than 2.75 and a minimum working experience of 3 years (36 months) in related field, AND
    Obtained MUET Band 3 or IELTS (5.5)/TOEFL (550) English proficiency for foreign students: Candidate should obtain IELTS (5.5)/TOEFL (550) paper-based or equivalent.
  • Asia Metropolitan University
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