Master of Medical Imaging
If you’re a graduate but considering a career change, then the Master of Medical Imaging from University of Canberra offers an accelerated learning program that condenses a comprehensive three-year course into an internationally recognised Medical Imaging qualification in only 2.5 years.
$AUD 40,000 per year
CRICOS Code: 088964J
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
- a completed bachelor degree in any discipline
- a minimum of two degree level units of anatomy and physiology.
English Language Requirements
- IELTS Band: 7
- PTE Academic: 65
Highly focused, engaging and interactive, the UC Master of Imaging course will help you become proficient in diagnostic radiography graduating six months earlier – thus gaining a highly competitive advantage over other similar courses elsewhere.
Successful completion of the course will allow you to apply for registration to practice as a Diagnostic Radiographer from the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (MRPBA) and you’ll be ready to forge ahead in your career as a competent and professional diagnostic radiographer.
The UC Master of Medical Imaging is an approved program of study by the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia (MRPBA) allowing graduates to gain registration as a diagnostic radiographer for employment in both public hospitals and private radiology practices in any state or territory in Australia and around the world.
The course is highly career-focused and includes ongoing Work Integrated Learning (WIL), offering specialised opportunities across multiple fields of diagnostic radiography, such as general radiography, mammography, angiography, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) and medical ultrasound.
Study a Master of Medical Imaging at University of Canberra and you will:
- gain advanced knowledge of scientific principles and concepts of all medical imaging techniques
- operate diagnostic radiographic instrumentation to optimise image quality and minimise radiation dose or other potential patient hazards
- understand protocols and methods associated with diagnostic and interventional radiographic examination procedures
- learn anatomy, physiology, pathology, radiation protection, biology, and dosimetry relevant to diagnostic radiography
- become familiar with normal and abnormal imaging appearances within current diagnostic radiographic procedures
- understand the role of a diagnostic radiographer within the wider healthcare team in Australia and internationally
- work with patient information management systems.
- Computed Tomography
- Imaging Anatomy
- Imaging Pathology
- Informatics and Image Processing
- Medical Imaging Project Design
- Medical Imaging Research Project
- MRS Practicum
- MRS Residency
- Physical Principles of MRS
A UC Master of Medical Imaging qualification is a globally recognised and respected degree that will allow graduates to progress competently and confidently into a career in any of the following positions:
- general radiographer
- magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) radiographer
- computed tomography (CT) radiographer
Interested? Get started today!
University of Canberra, ACT 2601 Australia, Switchboard +61 2 6201 5111
CRICOS number: University of Canberra / University of Canberra College #00212K,
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