Diagnostic Radiographers produce and interpret images of the human body. Diagnostic Imaging is central to health care and is critical in the diagnosis and treatment of trauma and disease.
GCU’s Diagnostic Imaging qualification is recognised worldwide and allows you to register with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and the Society and College of Radiographers.
Diagnostic imaging, Medicine & Health
4 years | Full time
Radiography Applied Physics and Technology, Fundamentals of Human Physiology, Applied Anatomy, Foundations of Inter-professional Practice, Professional Practice and Education.
Working in Inter-professional Teams, Skeletal Trauma Image Interpretation, Radiographic Principles, Advanced Imaging, Professional Practice and Education.
Teams in Inter-professional Practice, Oncology: Multi-modality Diagnosis and Treatment, Imaging of Society, Methodology and Research for Effective Practice, Professional Practice and Education.
Leadership in Inter-professional Teams, Developments in Professional Practice, Honours Project, Professional Practice and Education.
Only one is required
After studying this course, you will be able to join one of these universities as well.