Bachelor of Science in Imaging Technology (Radiology) is a three-year undergraduate program under which, we train students to work as radiology technicians. Students who complete the Radiology or X-ray & Imaging Technology programme are prepared to work as radiology technicians in hospital radiology departments, diagnostic centres, and clinics.
Imaging Technology (Radiology) is the study of using image methods such as x-rays, ultrasounds, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography, and positron emission tomography to diagnose and cure illnesses. The methods and processes used to capture interior photographs of human body parts/organs, and their capabilities, for therapeutic reasons such as examination of the body's normal architecture and physiology, are referred to as Medicinal Radiology and Imaging Technology.
Candidates who have completed 10+2 with a minimum of 50% in relevant courses are eligible to apply for the BSc Imaging Technology (Radiology) programme.