M.Sc. in Medical Imaging Technology is specifically aimed at those pursuing a professional career in imaging science technology. It is designed to provide specialized training in the scientific principles of modern imaging science and in the application of these principles in the field of radiodiagnosis. It is designed as a higher degree course suitable for graduates with experience in the technology of imaging science. The objective of the program is to train students to become qualified, patient-focused, compassionate, and critical thinkers as Radiography Technologists for the community who are engaged in lifelong learning. Students will acquire a working knowledge of the clinical environment to influence their design philosophy. The M.Sc. in Medical Imaging is aimed at training graduates for careers in exciting multidisciplinary areas and provides a judicious mix of theoretical and applied topics, allowing students to develop practical skills and preparing them to work with advanced equipment and technologies that are highly valued by employers. Postgraduates will be well-equipped and prepared to work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, research labs, and private industry, and also be able to pursue careers in medical imaging research, development, and clinical practice.
• Understanding the relationship between physics and radiology & modern imaging Techniques.
• Understanding the fundamentals & applications of radiological Equipment such as MRI, CT Scan & USG, etc.
• Understanding laws/provisions for radiation safety by various regulatory bodies.
• Applying the basic and advanced knowledge of hardware, software, and applications of Computers in health care systems.
• Enhance knowledge from clinical experience, interactions & discussions, and research to improve the quality of training and education in Medical Imaging.
• Applying quality assurance, quality control measures, safety procedures, and Maintenance of radiological equipment.
• Analyzing the protocols to perform various Radiological Procedures which are necessary for diagnostic purposes.
• Evaluating the factors affecting the technical quality of images and various pathological Conditions.
• Formulating plans for handling patients with drugs & equipment in general as well in Emergency situations.
• To provide with the skills and knowledge to apply for critical appraisal of day-to-day practice.
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