Department of Medical Imaging Sciences
What is Medical Imaging? Medical imaging also referred to as diagnostic imaging is a discipline within the medical field which involves the use of technology to produce images of structures within the human body. There are a number of different types of technologies used in medical imaging. The primary goal of medical imaging is to provide an image of the internal structures of the body in a way which is as non-invasive as possible. These images are used as a diagnostic tool to identify pathological conditions within the body, congenital defects, physiological changes, functionality of organs and vessels, and fetal development at the very least.
The Department of Medical Imaging Sciences consists of various programs.
|Post-professional Diagnostic Imaging Programs:
||Advanced Professional Programs designed for licensed radiographers:
*The Nuclear Medicine Technology program will not be accepting applications until further notice
Our graduates are rated by employers as highly skilled and more proficient than their colleagues educated in other curricula and universities. This is also reflected by the large majority of graduates who have successfully pursued their certification credentials.